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Drinks and containers


Lesson code: T5DC-E169-GN98 PRE-INTERMEDIATE

1 Popular drinks
Match the words to make the names of drinks.

1. cafe a. espresso
2. sparkling b. juice
3. tomato c. latte
4. chocolate d. milkshake
5. green e. tea
6. double f. water

With a partner, decide if you serve these drinks hot, cold or at room temperature.

2 Drinks containers
Match the words to the pictures.

a bottle a can a carton a cup


a flask a glass a jug a mug

1. 2. 3. 4.

6. 7.
5. 8.

With a partner, match the containers with different drinks.


Example: A cup of coffee.
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3 Quantifiers with countable/uncountable nouns


We use quantifiers before nouns when we want to talk about the number or amount of something. Study
the table below.

Use with Quantifiers and example


countable and uncountable all, any, enough, less, a lot of, lots of, more, most, no, none of,
nouns some
We have lots of money to spend at the restaurant.
None of the boys could speak English.
countable nouns only both, each, either, few, a few, fewer, neither, several, many
There were a few girls at the party.
Neither of them spoke to each other in the cafe.
uncountable nouns only a little, a little, much, a bit of
We don't have much time left.
There was a little rain today.

Put the correct quantifiers into the sentences:

a few a little a lot of enough many much

1. We only have glasses. We need to buy some more for our party.
2. There is too ice in my drink. Please can you bring me a new one?
3. I would like more sugar in my coffee. But just a bit.
4. Sarah drinks coffee. That's why she's always nervous.
5. There are too people in this cafe. Let's go somewhere quieter.
6. We don't have juice for everyone. We need to buy some more.

4 A drinks recipe
Complete the lemonade recipe with the verbs below in the correct form.

chill disappears mix serve stir Boil

LEMONADE
Ingredients: 1 cup of sugar, six large lemons
DIRECTIONS
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Boil 1 cup of water and the sugar in a small saucepan. every few minutes until the
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sugar .
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In a large jug, this liquid with the juice from the lemons and 4 cups of cold water.Then
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it in the fridge. When the lemonade is ready to drink, it with ice.
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5 Problems with drinks


Match the situations to the statements.

1. Your drink doesn't have enough gas in it.


2. The waitress gives you the wrong drink.
3. You are charged too much for a drink.
4. The waitress spills water on you.
5. Your glass isn't clean.

a. "Don't worry. It was an accident."


b. "Sorry, I didn't order this."
c. "The price on the menu for this is 2.00 and not 2.50."
d. "This glass is dirty."
e. "This lemonade is too flat."

6 Ordering drinks
Put the following phrases in the correct order to make a dialogue between a customer and a barman.

And here is your change for the drink.


Here you are. Oh but wait, this glass is dirty.
I'd like to order an orange juice? 1
I'm so sorry. I'll get you a new glass.
No problem.
Of course. Would you like ice and a slice of fresh orange?
Thank you very much.
That will be 2.
Yes please. How much is that?

Now with a partner, practise the dialogue.


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1- Popular drinks

1. c 2. f 3. b 4. d 5. e 6. a

2- Drinks containers

Give students 3 minutes to match the containers with different drinks.


1. a bottle 2. a mug 3. a glass 4. a jug
5. a cup 6. a flask 7. a carton 8. a can

3- Quantifiers with countable/uncountable nouns

Students work in pairs and then check with the teacher.


1. a few 2. much 3. a little 4. a lot of 5. many 6. enough

4- A drinks recipe

Students work in pairs and then check with the teacher.


2. stir 3. disappears 4. mix 5. chill 6. serve

5- Problems with drinks

1. e 2. b 3. c 4. a 5. d

6- Ordering drinks

If students feel confident with this exercise, they can practise ordering different drinks. Some of the sentences
will change depending on what type of drink they want to order, so monitor students and help if necessary.

1. I'd like to order an orange juice?


2. Of course. Would you like ice and a slice of fresh orange?
3. Yes please. How much is that?
4. That will be 2.
5. Here you are. Oh but wait, this glass is dirty.
6. I'm so sorry. I'll get you a new glass.
7. No problem.
8. And here is your change for the drink.
9. Thank you very much.
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