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Food and Drink Exercises

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Food and Drink Exercises are at the developing stage of learning English, focusing on the basic vocabulary and structures for social interaction and academic experiences. There are puzzles and quizzes to reinforce your learning, so you feel confident using different texts about food and drink.

About 15-20 minutes.Strengthening new vocabulary for food and drink.Developing stages of learning English.
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To play our food and drink crossword puzzle, you must click on the numbered boxes to reveal the clues.

Words for talking about food and drink:

  • beef
  • boil
  • bottle
  • bowl
  • breakfast
  • can
  • cafeteria
  • chips
  • coffee
  • course
  • dessert
  • dish
  • drink
  • fish
  • food
  • fork
  • fresh
  • glass
  • hungry
  • kitchen
  • lemon
  • meal
  • pepper
  • salt
  • snack
  • thirsty
  • toast

Extra Food and Drink Exercises

Exercise 1Exercise 2Exercise 3
Especially helpful are exercises that are focused on a theme or topic, as these provide word retention practice so you can be confident in reading, writing, speaking, and listening 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?
In addition, we add listening and speaking exercises in order to practise for this part of the A2 Key test.

Part 1 - Listen to conversations and choose the correct answer.

Part 2 - Listen to a monologue and complete gaps in a page of notes.

Part 3 - Listen to a conversation and choose the correct answer.

Part 4 - Listen to  conversations and choose the correct answer.

Part 5 - Listen to a conversation and choose the correct answer.

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 prove their ability to use English in various contexts, relevant to work, study, and leisure activities.

A2 Key | B1 Preliminary | B2 First

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