Food is a big problem for some people. Hunger, starvation... are common problems in many places in the world such as Africa, India... However, we've got enough people for everybody. Actually, in some places such as USA they have so much food that they waste it.
One possible solution >>>>
Australia's first rescued-food supermarket opens in Sydney (The Guardian)
Here's an article to read about the issue:
Tesco pledges to end edible food waste by March 2018 (The Guardian)
In your comment you can use QUANTIFIERS (Here's a video for you to watch and some exercises for you to do). For example: "At home we eat very little bread, so we do not buy much".
Here's some basic vocabulary for the World Cup 2018.
What is the Passive Voice? 😅 English Grammar Lesson
Now let's cook the PERFECT OMELETTE!!! Watch this video and tell me how to make it using the PASSIVE VOICE. Here's a possible start:
Example: First of all, a frying pan is needed. Then three eggs are taken from the fridge.
Useful verbs you may need: stir, pour, fry, add, set, serve...
And obviously a good nose is required to cook >>> The English We Speak (BBC Learning English) >>> To have a good nose (for something)
Another funny episode of John McEnroe talking about tennis in "The self-appointed Commissioner of Tennis":
- Episode 180606 / 06 June 2018 >>> Using a smart bin to tackle food waste - Language related to 'Inventories'. Need-to-know language: accurate records, keeping tabs on, adjust & catalogue.