Online Class Notes (Li)[S]

Vocabulary

snacks: a small amount of food that is eaten between meals, or a very small meal 零食

eg. I like to have a snack in between my meals.

junk food: food that is not unhealthy but is quick and easy to eat 垃圾食品

eg. Children are victims of junk food.

savoury: salty or spicy and not sweet in taste.

eg. Some people prefer savoury food to desserts.

soft drinks: sweets drinks that do not contain alcohol 汽水

eg. I use to love drinking soft drinks.

less than: <

eg. My target is less than 50kg.

more than: >

eg. I want to gain more than 5kg.

Grammar

I had a phone with my colleague – I had a phone call with my colleague

when I was a young children – when I was a young child 

include much sugars – include lots of sugars 

I eat soft drinks very little – I rarely drink soft drinks

take the photo a part thing – take a part of the photo

it was harder to fall asleep back then – in comparison, it was harder to fall asleep back then

Speaking

This week I cooked more because I had more time and previously, I order takeaway food because I didn’t want to cook myself. I don’t like cooking because I think cooking is very complicated. I have to wash the vegetable, to wash the pot. There are oil smell on my clothes. I usually eat outside for the lunch. I ate very little in the evening so, I just ate very simple meals in the evening; some fruit. I think eating fruit in the evening will make you fat. If the fruit has some sugar, you will be fat.

Revised: 

This week I cooked more because I had more time. and Previously, I ordered takeaway food because I didn’t want to cook myself. I don’t like cooking because I think cooking is very complicated. I have to wash the vegetables, and to wash the pot. There are oil smell on My clothes stinks of oil. I usually eat outside for the lunch. I ate eat very little in the evening so, I just ate very simple meals in the evening – some fruits. I think eating fruits in the evening will make you fat. If the fruit has some sugar, you will become fat.

Pronunciation

sweet: swee(long sound)-t