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Food and Drink | EFL Worksheet

Food and Drink | EFL Worksheet

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Are you ready to eat? This worksheet is an essential tool for teaching your beginners common English nouns for food and drink. From fish and chips to tea with milk your students will be delighted to get to know these building blocks of the language. 

The worksheet is a simple yet very effective tool in familiarising students with things they can order in restaurants and cafes. It can help to bring a lesson to life by engaging students with the simple pleasures in life. A perfect additional ESOL resource for any TEFL teacher's toolkit!    

This classroom worksheet is a great accompaniment to our Food and Drink Flashcards.

Once you have completed your purchase, you will receive an email with a PDF to download and print. 

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