3.en.111 twenty-four questions about food and some new words

You must be very busy finding out how much food you’ll need to feed a family. Probably, you’ll be surprised when you sort out how much money you’ll need. A good way to go about that could be to check with your parents, they surely have got experience at making ends meet.  

However, today I want you to look at food and eating habits in a different way: practising questions. 

I have a list of questions for you about food. Some of them are very easy to answer, while you’ll need to put some thought into it to answer others. Brunchpot-luck, fishbonepizza topping,  are some of the words you’ll be familiar with after answering these 24 questions

  1. Do you ever skip breakfast? If so, how often and why?
  2. Do you like trying new foods? What was your latest discovery?
  3. How often do you/your parents go shopping for food? do you go with them?
  4. Does your family have any special recipes that are passed down from generation to generation? Which one?
  5. Have you ever eaten something that made you ill?
  6. Do you have any food allergies?
  7. Do you use spices in your meals? Which one is your favourite?
  8. What’s your favorite snack?
  9. Are you worried about your calorie intake?
  10. Do you like deep fried food?
  11. Are there any foods that you wouldn’t eat as a child that you eat now?
  12. Do you eat fruit every day?How many pieces as an average?
  13. Do you think fast food, soda and sweets should be sold in school cafeterias?What do you buy in the school cafeteria?
  14. Is there any food that you really dislike to eat?
  15. What kind of vegetables do you like? Can you name three?
  16. When was the last time you ate at a restaurant?
  17. Do you think obesity is becoming a problem in the United States and throughout the world?Why?
  18. Do you like brunch? Have you had it?
  19. Have you ever found something disgusting in your food?
  20. Have you ever been to a pot-luck dinner? What did you bring?
  21. Have you ever got a fishbone is caught in your throat? What did you do?
  22. What is your favorite pizza topping?
  23. What did you eat for lunch yesterday?
  24.  How long do  you/your parents spend in the kitchen every day proparing family meals?

HOMEWORK : Tuesday 31st May

Everyone must answer these 24 questions in their notebook. Then, each person will post the answer to one question to the blog. We’ll follow alphabetical order. Number 1 Izabela, and so on. Each person will be responsible for putting his/her question to other classmates and make a comment in the blog.

For example, if I was responsible for question nuber 1,  I would say: I sometimes skip breakfast in the morning, but not very often. I skip breakfast when I oversleep and I’m late for school. I asked 5 teachers from the English department and none of them  skip breakfast.

Finally, a big challenge for those of you who are web detective experts.

  • What country do you have to be in in order to taste Cris’s brunch? …  Can you guess?  I bet you’ll be surprised
  • Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
  • Where is he from?
  • Why does he call himself “ethical”?

I have linked the images to the blogs, so it will not be difficult to find out. Let’s see who is the first one to answer. (4 extra bonus in irregular verbs)

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32 Respostes to “3.en.111 twenty-four questions about food and some new words”

  1. silviamartinm Says:

    13.Do you think fast food, soda and sweets should be sold in school cafeterias?What do you buy in the school cafeteria?
    * Yes, I do. I hardly ever buy some sweets.
    *4 out 4 people seid me yes. 2 out 4 people buy sweets. 1 out 4 people buy sweets and pizza and 1 out 4 people buy sandwiches.

    -What country do you have to be in order to taste Cris’s brunch? … Can you guess? I bet you’ll be surprised
    *You have to be in France.

    -Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    * The ethical chef is Deri Reed.

    -Where is he from?
    * He is from Cardiff.

  2. merysantos1998 Says:

    I was responsable for the question “Do you think that obesity is becoming a problem in the U.U.E.E and throghout the world? Why?”. Yes, I think that obesity is becoming a problem because is like if you are ill is a desease. I ask 17 people and most of them think that it’s a problem because there are a lot of fast and fat-food.
    ______________________________________________

    What country do you have to be in in order to taste Cris’s brunch? Can you guess? I bet you’ll be surprised.
    In the page says that you have to be in Nepal.
    Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    Is Deri Reed
    Where is he from?
    He’s from Cadeff
    Why does he call himself “ethical”?

  3. marinaescarpa11 Says:

    My question was the number 8:What’s your favourite snack?
    And my favourite snack are potatos chips andorange fanta.
    I ask the question to 6 persons:2 out 6 like coca cola and potatoos chicps, 1 out 6 likes chettos, 1 out 6 likes every think, 1 out 6 likes omelette and 1 out 6 likes kit kat.

    1-Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    *Tge ethical chef is Deri Reed.
    2-Where is he from?
    *He’s from Cadeff.

    • mloredo Says:

      Marina,
      I bet you cannot find Cadeff in a map
      check spelling
      I asked (in the past)

    • marinaescarpa11 Says:

      1-Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
      *The ethical chef is Deri Reed
      2-Where is he from?
      He’s from Cardiff.

      • mloredo Says:

        Ok, well done, now you got it right.
        Do you understand why he calls himself ethical?
        Did you check where Cardiff is?

  4. andreafr98 Says:

    My question was the 9:
    * Are you worried about your calorie intake?
    No , because I eat good , and I do sport.

    *I interviewed ten peoples , and the 9 out 10 think that no.

  5. ariadnabalufo Says:

    -I was responsable for the question ” How often do your parents go shopping for food? Do you go with them?”
    -My parents go once a week. I hardly ever go with them.
    -I asked 7 people and most of them said me that they go shoping once a week.
    -And 4 out of 7 the said that they sometimes go with his parents.

    -Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    The ethical chef is Deri Reed.

    -Where is he from?
    He is from Cadeff.

  6. jhazminmarmol Says:

    I was responsable for the question:”Do you eat fruit every day? How many pieces as an average?
    -Yes, I eat fruit every day. I eat 1 piece of fruit.
    -I asked 17 people and 14 ot 17 eat frut every day. And most of them eat about 2 or 3 pieces of fruit.

    *Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    -The ethical chef is Dari Reed.
    *Where is he from?
    -He’s from Cadeff.

  7. sergiomr226 Says:

    I was responsable for one question, the number 14: Is there any food that you really dislake to eat?

    I interviewed 13 people and most of them asked my that one or more they dislake to eat.

    1 out 13 they said my that he likes all vegetables and another people said my that they don’t like all vegetables. For example: tomatoes, fish, pizza, eggplant…

    _____________________________________________________________________________________

    1.- What country do you have to be in in order to taste Cris’s brunch? … Can you guess? I bet you’ll be surprised
    – You have to be France in Fathmandu.

    2.- Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    – The ethical chef is Deri Reed.

    3.- Where is he from?
    – He’s vegetarian chef living in Cardiff.

    4.- Why does he call himself “ethical”?
    – Let’s start right from the beginning. It seems to me that the restaurant and food industry has had a huge amount of negative press (quite justified in many instances) about how much food waste and excess packaging it produces. What EthicalChef is about is caring about food from the soil to your fork and beyond!

    • mloredo Says:

      Sergio,
      I bet you cannot find a country called Fathmandu.
      Check your spelling.
      RESPONSIBLE
      DISLIKE??
      Check mistakes

      Do you understand what he means by “ethical” or you just copy and paste ?

      • sergiomr226 Says:

        Sorry!!! Is Kathmandu.

        María responsable is good!

        *dislike.

        I unterstand so,so.

  8. psocies Says:

    Have you ever been to a pot-luck dinner? What did you bring?
    7 out 11 people seid that they went to a pot-luck dinner and they bring chips and drinks.
    4 out 11 people seid that they never went to a pot-lunck dinner.

    -Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    The ethical chef is Deri Reed.

    -Where is he from?
    He is from Cadeff.

    • mloredo Says:

      Paula,
      check the spelling. you did great in the irregular verbs exam, but you must use irregular verbs correctly.
      people SAID
      past tense of the verb to bring: BROUGHT
      Check the Spelling of Deri Reed hometown. The spelling is not correct
      POT LUCK

  9. miquelbv9 Says:

    I was the responsible of these question:

    5.Have you ever eaten something that made you ill?
    -Yes, I eat some eggs that made me ill.

    Of the ten persons that I did these question eigth out ten said that yes, they eat something that made they ill generaly eggs. One out ten say that he didn’t hat eat something that made he/she ill and one person doesn’t remember.

  10. miquelbv9 Says:

    1.Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    The ethical chef is Deri Reed.

    2.Where is he from?
    – He’s vegetarian chef living in Cardiff.

  11. paucampomar Says:

    My question is nº7- Do you use spices in your meals? Which one is your favourite?
    Yes, I use spices my favourite is ” oregano ”

    Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    Is Deri reed
    Where is he from?
    Is from Cadef

  12. martitaserra28 Says:

    I was responsable for the question: Have you ever found something disgusting in your food?
    I interviewed 10 people and 3 out 10 said that they never found something disgusting in the food.

    1-Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    He’s Dari Reed.
    2-Where is he from?
    He’s from Cadeff.

  13. margaabauza Says:

    I was responsable for the question: Does your family have any special recipes that are passed down from generation to generation? Which one?
    I interviewed 9 people and 1 out 9 said that they haven’t got any special recipes.
    -Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    Deri Reed.
    -Where is he from?
    He’s from Cadeff.

  14. noesanzu Says:

    I was responsable for the question number 16. I asked 11 people of the class. My question was:
    “When was the last time you ate at a restaurant?”
    – Some ones said, that they went to a restaurant yesterday, some others answered that they went to the restaurant one month ago, or two weeks ago…And I went to the restaurant yesterday.

    ———————————————————————-

    * What country do you have to be in in order to taste Cris’s brunch? Can you guess? I bet you’ll be surprised.
    – We have to go to Kathmandu in Nepal.
    * Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    – The ethical chef’s name is Deri Reed.
    * Where is he from?
    – He is from Cardiff.
    * Why does he call himself “ethical”?
    – Because it is his way of cooking

  15. vladis890 Says:

    I was responsable for the question: What is your favorite pizza topping? My favourite pizza topping is prosciutto.
    I interviewed 11 persons and 5 out 11 like pizza 4 cheeses.

    What country do you have to be in in order to taste Cris’s brunch? … Can you guess? I bet you’ll be surprised
    -You have to be in Nepal.
    Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    -The ethical chef is Deri Reed.
    Where is he from?
    -He is form Cardiff.
    Why does he call himself “ethical”?
    -Becouse he cooks only vegetables.

  16. paulinguigs Says:

    I was responsable for the question 10: Do you like deep fried food? My answer is I like it but no so much.
    I interviwed twenty-two people and only two people answered me that they doesn’t like fried food.

    Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    The ethical chef is Dari Reed.
    Where is he from?
    Dari Reed’s from Cardiff.

  17. jospomar Says:

    Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    The ethical chef is Dari Reed.
    Where is he from?
    Dari Reed is from Cadif.

    What kind of vegetables do you like? Can you name three?
    With more water ones. Like: tomato, cucumber and corn.

  18. izabelaigorova02 Says:

    I the responsable for question number 1 :
    *Do you ever skipt breakfast?If so, how often and why?
    I asked 13 people, and most of them said they never skipt the breakfast. And 3 said sometimes they skipt the breakfast because they haven’t got time.

    *Who is the “ethical chef” that explains what a pot.luck is?
    The ethical chef is Dari Reed.

    *Where is he from?
    He from for Caddef.

    *Why does he call himself “ethical”?
    Because he cooks only vegetables.

  19. alvaroalemany Says:

    I the responsable of the question number: 2
    * 2.Do you like trying new foods? What was your latest discovery?
    – Yes, I like. The lastest discovery was the chineese food.

    * Other answers:

    Joan: Yes, I like. I don’t know.
    Vladis: Yes, I like. I don’t know.
    Paula G.: Yes, I like. It was rocclette.
    Isabela: Yes, sometimes. The Russian salad.


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