B1 Food and Drink

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Our B1 Food and Drink Vocabulary Exercises help you to use words associated with this topic. There are puzzles and quizzes to reinforce your learning so you feel confident to use different texts about food and drink.

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Practice your English spelling and learn new vocabulary with these fun online exercises for the Cambridge Assessment English B1 Preliminary exam.

B1 Food and Drink Vocabulary Exercises

Exercise 1Exercise 2Exercise 3Word List

Here are the words from the food and drink vocabulary topic:

  • a bag of
  • a bottle of
  • a carton of
  • a jar of
  • a packet of
  • beef
  • beetroot
  • cauliflower
  • cherry
  • chewing gum
  • dessert
  • fish
  • fruit
  • fruit salad
  • lamb
  • meat
  • olive oil
  • salmon
  • sardines
  • spaghetti
  • some cans of
  • turkey
  • veal
  • vegetables
  • yoghurt

Activities linked to this topic:

Especially helpful are exercises that are focussed on a theme or topic as these provide word retention practice so you can be confident to read, write, speak and listen successfully.

We add reading and writing exercises on a regular basis. Why not bookmark our site, so you can come back to practice anywhere or at any time of the day?

Part 1 - Read five real-world notices, messages and other short texts for the main message.

Part 2 - Match five descriptions of people to eight short texts on a particular topic, showing detailed comprehension.

Part 3 - Read a longer text for detailed comprehension, gist, inference and global meaning, as well as writer’s attitude and opinion.

Part 4 - Read a longer text from which five sentences have been removed. Show understanding of how a coherent and well-structured text is formed.

Write about 100 words, answering the email and notes provided.

In addition, we add listening and speaking exercises in order to practise for this part of the B1 Preliminary test.

Part 3 - Gap-Filled Exercise

The B1 Preliminary Speaking test has four parts and you take it together with another candidate. There are two examiners. One of the examiners talks to you and the other examiner listens.

The more words you encounter and understand, the broader your day-to-day vocabulary will become. Our word games and puzzles are an excellent way to help to reinforce spellings in your mind.
Cambridge English Examinations:

Cambridge English exams are designed for learners at all levels from the elementary level Cambridge English: Key (KET) to the very advanced level Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE). These exams give candidates proof of their ability to use English in a wide variety of contexts, relevant to work, study and leisure activities.

A2 Key | B1 Preliminary | B2 First

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