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British English accent training lesson 14: food and drink

In this lesson I help you learn about and pronounce the names of various common foods and drinks.

Please see the posts in the Facebook group or on the blogs for visual vocabulary, and check the notes below for grammar and pronunciation phonetics.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeLx2lz3zDI

 

Food

Fish and chips

Crisps

Lancashire hotpot

Roast dinner

Shepherd’s pie

Steak and kidney pie

Sausage and mash (or bangers and mash)

Full English breakfast

Bread

Apple

Banana

Grapes                         (graypss)

Tomato

Potato

Jacket potato

Carrot

24 superfruits: http://health.yahoo.net/articles/nutrition/photos/23-superfruits-you-need-now#0

How to cook Shepherd’s Pie (via Cambridge ESOL): http://esol.britishcouncil.org/culture-uk/shepherds-pie-0

 

Drink

Water                          (WAR-tuh)

Tap water

Drinking water

Tea

Coffee

Apple juice                  (juice : jooss)

Orange juice

Fruit juice

Coca cola (Coke)

Lemonade                   (LEH-mo-nayd)

Beer

Ale                              (ayul)

Cider                           (SY-duh)

Wine                            (w-eye-n)

Red wine

White wine

 

English names for fruit

 

More food and drink

National flags made of traditional food

Full English breakfast

 

 

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