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Habo, Skokloster Castle. 
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You are what you eat
1. How much do your 
eating habits reveal 
about you?
2. Is food fuel or pleasure 
for you?
3. Do you like to eat out? 
Where do you usually go 
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Are you hungry? If you’re not, you’ll be when you check out this chapter! You are going to 
analyze and create menus, practice how to order food, and discuss how eating habits influence our 
lives. Let’s find out how much your food can tell about you!
1. Look at the diagram, based on the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating, and name the food groups.
Encaminhamento metodológico.2Check it out
Source: THE FIVE FOOD GROUPS. Available at: <https://www.eatforhealth.gov.au/food-essentials/five-food-groups>. Accessed on: 30 Aug. 2018.
 2. Now, label some of the items in each group with the following words. Which ones do you like? Share with 
your classmates.
• Fruit: peach, watermelon, pineapple.
• Vegetables: carrot, eggplant.
• Grains (cereal): bread, crackers.
• Dairy: cheese.
• Protein: poultry, beef/meat.
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 3. Look back at the eating guide on page 3 and discuss with your classmates: What items could represent 
the Brazilian diet in each food group? Would they be different or similar to the Australian items?
 4. Crack the code to name the most usual meals. 
A B C D E F H I K L N R S T U
a) : breakfast 
b) : snack 
c) : lunch 
d) : brunch 
e) : dinner 
 5. Food and drink give your body energy to do all your activities. So what’s your diet like? Think of what 
you eat on a typical day. Then, complete the chart according to your daily meals. Compare with your 
classmates. Answers will vary.
Meal Food I usually eat
 1. Interview a classmate using the following questions:
a) How often do you eat out?
( ) every day 
( ) once a week 
( ) once a month
( ) other: 
c) Where do you usually eat out? 
( ) restaurant
( ) café
( ) street vendor
( ) other: 
b) What meal(s) do you usually eat out? 
( ) breakfast 
( ) lunch
( ) dinner
( ) other: 
d) What’s your favorite place to eat? Why?
Answers will vary.
 2. Go to the supplementary material and follow your teacher’s instructions to play the food race game.
Caso seja interessante, é possível, neste momento, realizar a atividade 1 da seção Challenge yourself, ao final deste capítulo.
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 1. What do we usually find in a menu? Discuss with your classmates.
( ) restaurant history
( ) prices
( ) list of dishes
( ) payment info
( ) photos
( ) ingredients 
 2. Read the first two paragraphs of the following article and answer these questions:
a) How powerful can a menu be? It can show the identity, personality and value of a brand. 
b) What features are part of a good menu? The right tone, language, design and appeal. 
 3. Now, read and match the tips with their descriptions.
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MUSSELLE, Morgan. 10 things to consider when designing your menu. Available at: <https://www.bighospitality.co.uk/Article/2017/02/20/10-things-
to-consider-when-designing-your-menu>. Accessed on: 20 Aug. 2018.
Do you know?
Look at the following restaurant vocabulary and match the expressions which mean the same.
Am. English
 drinks
 starters
 check
 main courses
Br. English
 main dishes
 beverages
 bill
 appetizers
[...] THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN DESIGNING YOUR MENU
On a basic level, a menu shows a customer what food is on offer and at what price, but this is barely 
scratching the surface of what it can do. A menu holds much more power than that. It is the gateway into 
the identity, personality and value of a brand. 
By getting the menu right in tone, language, design and appeal, it can be [...] the reason someone tries 
your offer or decides not to. [...]
a) The ‘box’ 
b) Food photography
c) Great descriptions
d) Engaging language
( b ) Good food photography is an excellent way of showing off how fantastic a dish looks, 
especially if it’s exotic or creative. [...]
( c ) [...] Consider a limited menu of a few dishes. Instead of crafting superfluous eye-candy, why 
not invent uniqueness and add value by creatively copywriting dish names and descriptions?
( a ) Draw attention to certain choices by boxing them up, whether it’s because they’re new, 
local or high margin. [...]
( d ) [...] Use a tone of voice suited to the overall brand and dining experience to create engaging 
personality. [...]
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starters 
Fries ................................................... $6
Hand-cut fries with cheese dip
Nachos............................................... $8
House-made nachos with spicy dip
BLT sandwich................................... $10
Smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo
main courses 
Cheesy fettuccine............................. $14
House-made cheese sauce and pasta
Thai chicken........................................ $18
Roasted chicken with ginger and chili
New York steak .................................. $20
Choice cut steak with rosemary butter
drinks and desserts 
Artisanal soda........................................ $4
Ginger, orange, grape, cola
Coffee....................................................... $4
Espresso or latte
Ice cream ................................................ $5
House-made mango, grape or vanilla gelato 
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 4. Take a look at the following menu and name the different sections using words from the box.
main courses drinks and desserts starters
 5. Which tips from the article on page 5 were followed in this menu?
Food photography/images, great description.
 6. If you were at this restaurant, what would you order? Share with your classmates.
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To order means to ask for 
food or drink.
To order at a restaurant, we can use several polite structures, such as I would like (’d like), I will 
start with or I will have .
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Ordering food
 1. Read the following excerpts from the Listen up section and complete the text on how to order at a restaurant.
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 1. Label the missing menu sections with expressions from the previous pages.
Starters 
Carpaccio $10
Cucumber soup $8
Main courses 
Cajun catfish $25
Pasta $30 
Grilled prawns $35
Snacks & sides
Chicken and cheese sandwich $15
Thai chicken pizza $15
Side salad $5
Side fries $8
Drinks 
Juice $3.50
Soda $4
Water $2.50
Desserts
Ice cream $8
Apple pie $8
Cheesecake $10
Kid friendly
Smiley fries $10
Kids’ pasta $15 
Pancakes $15
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