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Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-68818-5 - Kid’s Box 4 Pupil’s Book Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson Excerpt2 More information

DO YOU KNOW THAT ... ? A 60 gram bar of milk chocolate has seven teaspoons of sugar in it. 1

Look, read and complete.

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e need the nutrients in our food and drinks. There are five important groups of nutrients. They are carbohydrates, minerals, proteins, calcium and sugars. Carbohydrates . Bread, pasta and Carbohydrates give us energy. Vitamins and minerals and Fruit: Apples, . . Vegetables: Peas and Vitamins and minerals are important for a healthy body.

Nutrients Fats and sugars Calcium Protein

Vitamins and minerals

Calcium . Yoghurt and Calcium makes our bones and teeth strong. Protein , Chicken, . and We need to eat protein because it makes us strong.

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Carbohydrates

Fats and sugars and . Fats: . Sugar: Cake and Fats and sugars give us energy, but a lot of fat and sugar is bad for you.

Write a healthy menu. Choose food and drink for each of the following times: breakfast, morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner.

My healthy menu Breakfast: Yoghurt, apple, banana

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Read and match.

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Pasta salad You need: 1 2 tomatoes 2 250 g pasta 3 100 g cheese 4 200 g chicken 5 2 carrots 6 some lemon juice and oil

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Read and order the sentences. Preparation: Last, put some oil and lemon juice over the salad.

Then cut the cheese into pieces and mix it in a big bowl with the tomatoes and carrots. Now you can eat your pasta salad. Enjoy!

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Put the pasta and chicken into the bowl with the tomato, carrots and cheese.

Next, cut the tomatoes and carrots into small pieces. Second, cook the chicken. When it’s cold, cut it into small pieces.

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First, cook the pasta in a lot of water.

Write a recipe for your favourite lunch. Use the words in the box. First

Second

Next

Then

Last

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