Unit 3 Table for two
Professional skills: dealing with customer
Language focus: countable and
uncountable nouns; some any; much,
many, a lot
Vocabulary: describing food
1. Which food do you like / dislike?
2。Where do you prefer to eat: at home or
eat out? With friends or family?
Grammar: Uncountable and uncountable
Do you know many people in London？
（比较：I know a lot of people in
How many cigarettes a day do you
You haven’t many minutes to spare if
you want to catch the train.
Many hands make light work.
There are too many mistakes in your
I never saw many swans on the lake.
“A lot of ” 用在肯定句中，修饰可数和不
You’ve made a lot of cheese sandwiches.
He always puts a lot of salt on his food.
Language focus Complaining about food
The following phrases are useful when
complaining about food.
It’s too hot.
This water isn’t cold enough.
There isn’t enough ice.
This steak is undercooked.
Professional practice Dealing with
The following phrases are useful when
dealing with complaints.
I’m very sorry,sir/madam.
Give a reason for the problem
I thought you ordered two bottles of water.
There’s been a mistake.
Promise to take a action (I’ll..)
I’ll deal with it right now.
Ask some boys to help you。 找几个男孩子帮助
Please bring some coffee。请拿些咖啡来。
There aren’t any boys in our group。我们小组里
Do you want any coffee？你要咖啡吗？
Will you like some more meat？要不要再吃点肉？
Didn’t he give you some money？
Do you mind if I put some music on?
Is there (are there)any left?
Any color will do .
Come any day you like.
1 seafood 2 roast beef 3Phanaeng curry
4 banana split
E 3, p 18
Fish: salmon tuna cod
Meat: chicken beef lamb
Vegetables: peas potatoes carrots
Fruit: banana orange apple
1 boil 2 bake 3 fry 4 roast 5 stuff 6 grill
Fry,grill, boil and bake fish
Fry, roast, grill most meat and also stuff chivken
Fry, roast,boil, bake, stuff and grill various
Fry and bake some fruit
Menu : menu is a list of dishes offered by
a bar / restaurant in the form of a
document or on a boars,and not another
word for a set meal.
Starters, main courses and desserts
1. c ( please pay for your food when you
order at the bar)
2.b (not much choice)
Pub lunches are very popular in Britain.
Families often eat in pubs at weekends
and many people spend their lunch break
from work in the pub. The choice and
quality of pub food varies greatly but in
general it is good and prices are
reasonable. Some pubs also serve food in
the evening which is cheaper than in a
1 b 2 f 3 d 4 e 5 a 6 c
E7 , p 19
1 b 2 f 3 c 4 e 5 a 6 d
Language focus: Countable and
You can count countable nouns
You can’t count uncountable nouns.
You cannot use a or an before an
E 9 ,p20
Countable: meal , prawn, sandwich,
Curry,juice,lettuce, omelette,potato, pizza,
salad ,salmon, sugar, tomato ,fruit
Uncountable: broccoli, food, milk.,rice ,salt
Some and any
Some in positive sentences, offers and
Any in negatives and questions
Some and any with plural countable and
E 11, p 21
1 Some 2 a 3 some 4 any 5 some
6 any 7a 8 a some
Much, many , a lot (of)
We use much in questions and negative
sentences with uncountable nouns
We use many in questions and negative
sentences with countable nouns
We use a lot in positive sentences with
both countable and uncountable nouns
E 15, p22
1 a lot of 2 much / lot of 3 many / a lot of
4 a lot of 5 many 6 much/ a lot 7 a lot of
E 16, p 22
1 The bill; the customers only had one bottle of
water but were charged for two
2. The slow service: they have been waiting for a
3. The food: the steak is too rare and then
E 17, p22
1.T 2 F( only one) 3 T 4 T 5 F( she
has nopt served them at all)
6 F( he complains the steak is rare) 7 T
E 18 P23
1 C 2 A 3 B 4 E 5 D
Pure Brightness Day清明节
Pure Brightness Day comes around
April 5 every year.This was originally
a day set aside for people to offer
sacrifices to their ancestors. By the
time of the festival,the weather has
turned warmer and the earth is
covered in green.
Friends like to go together to the outsirts of
the city to walk in the green grass, fly kites
and appreciate the beauty of spring.That is
why Pure Brightness Day is also called the
“stepping on Greenery Festival”