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Your diet


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In this A2 Speaking Activitystudents talk about their eating habits.

Students revise grammar contents like quantifiers, comparatives, and the present perfect. In the section of Speaking skills, they look at ways to express dislikes politely, show interest with follow-up questions, and at how to describe food and drink.

Some A2 phrasal verbs to talk about their eating habits and food are also given, together with A2 level vocabulary to describe food and their diet. Several idioms and common expressions are also introduced, so students become familiar with them.

This A2 speaking activity includes speaking questions about food preferences and eating habits to get your students talking. This way, they will integrate all the contents on their worksheet while they talk.

You can also download the teacher and student’s feedback templates at the bottom of the download box. With them, you will be able to give your students well-structured individual feedback to take home.

 

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