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Food Interview

Use the following prompts to prepare some questions to ask a native speaker. You should prepare at least ten questions. If you follow up each answer with a new question that responds to the answer given, you will have conducted a successful interview. Grammar Focus Take time to make up some grammatically correct questions.
  1. favourite ? [ vegetable or fruit ]
  2. other countries? Foreign food ?
  3. recipe?
  4. Meat / vegetarian / vegan ?
  5. Money - Poor people ?
  6. Bad diet / junk / fast ?
  7. organic / Genetically modified ?
  8. frozen ?
  9. Grow in your garden?
  10. Meal - plate - colour?
  11. Don't like ? [ As a child ]
  12. Good cook? [ What? ]
  13. Calorie ?
  14. Mealtime ?
  15. Family meals ?
  16. Daily / every day?
  17. What do you typically have for breakfast?
  18. Missing meals ?
  19. bar / restaurant / cafe / home?
  20. Unhealthy? Healthy?
  21. Try something new?
  22. ingredients ?
  23. vitamins ?
  24. Dessert - sweet ?
  25. Time to eat ?
  26. Meals per day ?
  27. Eat sad/happy?
  28. Cost - expensive ?
  29. Drink ?
  30. Food that does not mix well?
  31. Shopping ?
  32. Typical meal ?
  33. Traditional ?
  34. Unusual food? Good or bad?
  35. between meals?
  36. Mother?
  37. Festivals?
  38. Too much?
  39. "we are what we eat."
  40. Make you sick ?
  41. family recipes?
  42. Restaurant tips?
  43. Allergies
  44. etiquette ?
  45. Memories ?
These days we seem to buy nearly all of our food in packages. I have my own favourite brands that I used to have when I was younger. I like fresh fruit and vegtables too, but these days they don't seem to be as tasty as they were when I was young. I used to worry that I am older and can't taste food as well as I could when I was younger. However, this can't be true because sometimes I buy fresh fruit or vegtables from a market or small shop and the taste is just as good as I remember it was when I was younger. I realise now that the problem is usually with fruit and vegetables bought from some large supermarkets.




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