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UNIT 6.PART 1(1-12)
In the photos I can see a food stall, a market, an online shopping website and a shopping centre.
In photo 2, there is a man with some bread rolls. The man is about thirty-six years old. He is holding a tray with bread rolls. They are from Turkey.
In photo 3, there is a girl. The girl is about twelve years old. She is eating a spider. They are from Cambodia.
In photo 5, there is a person. He or she is cooking some chicken on a barbecue.
The text is about typical street food and the photos show some examples of that from different countries. For example, in Mexico people like burritos, the popular breakfast snack in Turkey is simit or tarantulas are the favourite snack in Cambodia.
In many countries, people cook tasty snacks in the street for people to buy. These are some places around the world where street food is popular.
-The person from Mexico says that the street food is delicious and healthy. He loves burritos and buys them. He can make them: cook some beef and onion, add some beans, spices, salt and pepper, put it all in a tortilla and finish with cheese, tomatoes and chilli sauce.
-The person from Turkey says that simit is a popular breakfast snack, It's a bread roll with cheese and ham. People often have a salty drink called ayran with it: mix some yoghurt with water and salt, it's simple.
-The person from Cambodia says that tarantulas are a favourite snack. Cook them in oil and add some salt and sugar. The spider's legs are really crunchy. It's the best part.
- The person from Spain says that the favourite street food is churros. You cook them in oil and eat them with sugar and hot chocolate. They're very sweet. His parents can't make them. They always eat them when they're out.
- The person from Malaysia says that chicken satay is a popular street food. Mix chicken with spices, then put the meat on a stick. Cook it for 10 minutes on a barbecue. Then it's ready to eat, but it's quite spicy. In Malaysia you can eat with your hands. But be careful, you mustn't eat with your left hand. It's very offensive.
(+) You can do the homework.= Tú puedes hacer los deberes.
(-) You can't do the homework.
(?) Can you do the homework?
(SA) Yes, I can. No, I can't.
(+) She must study for the exam.= Ella debe estudiar para el examen
(-) She mustn't study for the exam.
(?) Must she study for the exam?
(SA) Yes, she must. No, she mustn't.
Rules at home
I can watch TV but I mustn't write on the walls.
I must make my bed but I mustn’t make it at night.
I mustn't throw things to the floor, but I can sweep the floor.
Rules at school
I mustn't use the mobile phone, but I can use the calculator.
I can't shout on the corridors, but I can go to the library.
I must do my homework but I mustn’t forget it at home.
There is a key king.
There is some hair gel.
There is an ice cream.
There is some chocolate.
There are some sweets.
There are some magazines.
There is some chewing gum.
There are some batteries.
There is a mobile phone case.
There is a cap.
There is some jewellery.
There is a purse.
There is some nail varnish.
There is some water.
The place in the photo is a market, where people go to buy all types of things. The man on the left is riding a bike. The two girls on the right are walking to a shop. The family in the middle of the photo is looking for information.
Maria and Felix are two students that are making a school project in Camden Market in London.
They are investigating about things you can buy in this market and they are taking photos of what people are buying.
This girl’s name is Maria, she is about thirteen years old. She has brown eyes and she has brown and curly hair. She is wearing a yellow jumper.