A short Kikuyu grammar by B M Kirkaldy-Willis, W.H. Gecaga

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Write down 20 words that can be made with the letters in chocolate. (5) 14. What foods are mentioned in the song, “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”? (2) 15. Is delicious a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb in this sentence: Harold made a delicious soup? (3) 16. What cooking utensil was used as both a shield and a helmet by the armies of Genghis Khan? (4) 17. Write down 15 words that rhyme with bread. (4) 18. Use their, they’re, and there correctly in one sentence about food. (2) 19. What was food writer Julia Child’s astrological sign?

Dried beans work great, but you can also use play money or poker chips. You will need a fairly large quantity of whatever you use. Language Is Served • Copyright © 2008 Cottonwood Press, Inc. com 40 Teacher Instructions Super-Sized Food Challenge, continued Suggestions • Emphasize that the “Super-Sized Food Challenge” is an exercise in following instructions. Students will likely be confused at first, but keep referring them to the instructions. They will quickly catch on and realize that they must figure out what to do.

But if we say, “Henry’s head was as smooth and bare as a peeled, raw potato,” we have a more interesting way of saying the same thing—with a simile. ” If Clarice says, “My life has been a roller coaster ride this month,” she is comparing her life to a roller coaster ride. We can assume that it has had a lot of ups and downs, or perhaps that it has been very exciting. Use similes and metaphors related to food to describe three imaginary people. Each description should be only 1-3 sentences long, but it should create a vivid picture of the person.

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