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Food in Britain

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Food in Britain
Watch the video and answer the related questions.�
�1. True or False
���Milkmen bring milk to people's houses in the morning. T�� �F
���The traditional English breakfast is milk with cereals. T����F
� �English people eat a lot for lunch. T����F
� �The Robinsons always buy convenience food. T����F
� �Dinner is the main meal of the day in Britain. T�� �F
� �Families always have dinner together at home. T�� �F
� �There are restaurants from more than 42 countries in the capital. T�� �F
� �Chinese food is more popular than Italian food.�T�� �F
� �Fish and chips is the most popular British food. T�� �F
2. �Complete the sentences with one word from the video
���Roast , bacon and , and fish and �are famous British meals. �
���Milkmen bring milk to people's houses before .
���The��breakfast is milk and�,��with jam, and fruit�.
���The �breakfast is bacon, egg, , tomato and��bread.�
���At lunchtime people often just eat a sandwich or a�.�
���In supermarkets people buy �food and��food.�
���The main meal of the day is�.
���British people also go �to eat.�
���There are many��restaurants in Britain, for example Chinese and Indian.
���People who don't eat meat are called�.

3. Put the verbs into the correct order (capitalize the first letter and use punctuation).

� ��breakfast / usually / the Robinsons / tea or coffee / for / drink
� �don't / the traditional breakfast / people / eat / very often
� �have / of an hour / people / at lunchtime / usually / a break
� �often / they / just / a snack / have�
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� �own / the Robinsons / prepare / food / usually / their