Dietary Advice

aerozeppelin123 2017-09-19 14:27:37
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This is a worksheet to practice using too much /too many / enough / not enough / more / less / fewer in the context of dietary advice. I created it as students often make mistakes such as 'too many sugar' with countable/uncountable nouns.

You can do some warm up questions before giving the sheet out such as 'Do you think you eat too much fast food?' and 'How many cups of coffee do you drink a day?'

After finishing the sheet get students to create their own daily diet plans - you can tell them to make it healthy or deliberately unhealthy. Then role-play a nutritionist/client scenario with the nutritionist making comments and giving advice such as "You eat too much fast food. I think you should eat less of this and more fruit and vegetables."

The above downloadable handout is recommended for adults at Intermediate (B1) and Upper-intermediate (B2) level. It is aimed at consolidating MUCH or MANY, SHOULD, SHOULDN'T and Too and enough in English, and is a valuable material for strengthening your pupils' Speaking skills. It is focused on the topic and words of Food.
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