1) Complete each sentenses with one suitable word.
a) Don't worry! the smell of garlic wears off after a while.
b) Let's look around the market before we buy any vegetables.
c) I can't understand this recipe. Can you work out what it means?
d) I'm afraid I don't feel up to eating another cream cake.
e) I visited a farm once, and it put me off eating meat for a week.
f) I haven't got down to cleaning the fish yet.
g) Why don't we warm up last night's leftovers for lunch?
h) Keith usually makes up his recipes as he goes along.
i) The waiter seemed a bit put off when we didn't leave a tip.
2. Complete each sentense (a - j) with a suitable ending (1 - 10). Use each ending once.
a) Dinner's nearly ready. Can you lay 6) the small table in the dining room?
b) There's some meat in the fridge. Just warm 2) it up in the microwave oven for a few minutes.
c) Keep an eye on the milk or it might boil 10) over and make a mess on the cooker.
d) Jack likes his steak rare but I prefer mine well 8) done, but not burnt if you see what I mean.
e) When we finish lunch, I'll do the washing 1) up if you dry and put the dishes away.
f) I always cut roast beef with an electric carving 5) knife as it makes really this slices.
g) Mary bought a lovely set of cups and 7) saucers in the sales last week.
h) They serve a very cheap three course 4) meal at the pub opposite the supermarket.
i) I really enjoyed that freshly ground 3) coffee you made for me this morning.
j) If you have finished eating I'll clear 9) away the plates and bring the next course.