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Topic: Food/ Cooking 2


1. That was really good! Can I have (second/seconds)?

2. When you're making this sauce, don't forget to (stir/spin) it every 5 minutes.

3. An (appetizer/artichoke) is something you eat before the main course of a meal.

4. Would you like some more potatoes? No, thanks. I'm (complete/full).

5. A very informal way of saying that you've eaten a lot is "I'm (stuffed/complete)".

6. People who are lactose-intolerant cannot eat (meat/dairy) products.

7. You shouldn't eat a lot of (fat/fatty) food.

8. If something is "sugar- (gone/free)", it does not contain sugar.

9. We have two kinds of mineral water - sparking and (unsparkling/still).

10. Slices of ham, pastrami, sausage, etc. are often referred to as "cold- " (cuts/meat).





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