Traditions of Russian, American and English cuisine
Key words and phrases I like/prefercuisinecookingassociate withdishesa spoon, a folk, a knife, polite
At the cafe
When invited to an American house
Quiz 1) When eating use your… . a) fingers b) folks and knives c) friends2) Your napkin should be … during a meal.on the plate b) on your lap c) on your neck3) A folk should be … .on the left of the plate on the rigth of the plate in front of the plate
4) You should keep your knife … . a) in your left hand b) in your right hand c) under the table5) It is always polite … .To compliment the cookTo be late c) to come early6) You should not put your elbows … .on your neighbourson the plateson the table
7) You shouldn’t talk … . a) with your neighbours b) with your mouth full c) about nice things8) You should be … .politeaggressiverude
It is easier to imagine Britain without a Queen than without tea.
Some facts about tea. 74 802 cups of tea are drunk by one British person in his or her whole life.The custom of afternoon tea was originated in the early 1800s.Tea breaks are a tradition which have been with us for approximately 200 years.
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Let’s have a cup of tea
What extra information would you like to know of traditional dishes in English-speaking countries? (history, prefers)