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1) Read the passage below entitled “Healthy Eating Tops the Menu” then say whether the statements on the following page are TRUE or FALSE. Then quote the words or phrases from the passage that support your answer. Do not write more than 6 support words for each answer. You will lose marks if you write more than this.




 

Healthy Eating tops the Menu


 

Gordons Fast Foods, founded in 1962, are starting to make big changes to their range of fast food meals. There are plans to phase out traditional fast foods such as burgers and fried chicken throughout the 200 plus outlets. In their place customers can purchase sandwiches made on the premises along with fresh salads, fruit, and vegetables. Even porridge and yogurt are available for breakfast, while lunchtime customers can enjoy pitta bread filled with chicken and roasted vegetables.

The biggest menu changes are found in the children’s meals. Gordons are launching an £8 million advertising campaign to promote healthy eating. The 3 months’ campaign aims to persuade parents that Gordons care about children’s good health. The number of meal combinations for children has doubled from 54 to 108. As fried food is phased out, in come the grilled and fresh alternatives. To fill their plate children can choose fresh salad, fruit, or a jelly made with fresh fruit juice.

These changes to the menu have cost an estimated £2 million and Gordons are spending an extra
£3.5 million to encourage a balanced and active lifestyle. It all sounds very good, but is it really possible to get balanced meals in a fast food outlet? Food experts say they welcome the changes but they think that many of the new meals still contain too much salt and not enough calories. Anna Kowalski, who is an independent food expert, reported that many children will still be hungry because the new meals are not filling enough. This leads children to ask for crisps or chocolate. Ms Kowalski says parents should still cook regularly at home with their children. Fast food meals should only be eaten occasionally and should never be given as a treat. Rewards should be a visit to the park to play on the swings and to enjoy an ice cream.


 




 

Example:


 

Statement:  Gordons have stopped serving burgers and fried chicken; their campaign is aimed at children.
Answer:       FALSE     plans to / parents


 




 

Write your answers on the lines marked Commenti.


 

1        The healthy eating campaign lasts for a year; it will cost £2 million.



2) Read the passage below entitled “Healthy Eating Tops the Menu” then say whether the statements on the following page are TRUE or FALSE. Then quote the words or phrases from the passage that support your answer. Do not write more than 6 support words for each answer. You will lose marks if you write more than this.




 

Healthy Eating tops the Menu


 

Gordons Fast Foods, founded in 1962, are starting to make big changes to their range of fast food meals. There are plans to phase out traditional fast foods such as burgers and fried chicken throughout the 200 plus outlets. In their place customers can purchase sandwiches made on the premises along with fresh salads, fruit, and vegetables. Even porridge and yogurt are available for breakfast, while lunchtime customers can enjoy pitta bread filled with chicken and roasted vegetables.

The biggest menu changes are found in the children’s meals. Gordons are launching an £8 million advertising campaign to promote healthy eating. The 3 months’ campaign aims to persuade parents that Gordons care about children’s good health. The number of meal combinations for children has doubled from 54 to 108. As fried food is phased out, in come the grilled and fresh alternatives. To fill their plate children can choose fresh salad, fruit, or a jelly made with fresh fruit juice.

These changes to the menu have cost an estimated £2 million and Gordons are spending an extra
£3.5 million to encourage a balanced and active lifestyle. It all sounds very good, but is it really possible to get balanced meals in a fast food outlet? Food experts say they welcome the changes but they think that many of the new meals still contain too much salt and not enough calories. Anna Kowalski, who is an independent food expert, reported that many children will still be hungry because the new meals are not filling enough. This leads children to ask for crisps or chocolate. Ms Kowalski says parents should still cook regularly at home with their children. Fast food meals should only be eaten occasionally and should never be given as a treat. Rewards should be a visit to the park to play on the swings and to enjoy an ice cream.


 




 

Example:


 

Statement:  Gordons have stopped serving burgers and fried chicken; their campaign is aimed at children.
Answer:       FALSE     plans to / parents


 




 

Write your answers on the lines marked Commenti.


 

2          Gordons will offer less fried food and more fresh alternatives to eat.



3) Read the passage below entitled “Healthy Eating Tops the Menu” then say whether the statements on the following page are TRUE or FALSE. Then quote the words or phrases from the passage that support your answer. Do not write more than 6 support words for each answer. You will lose marks if you write more than this.




 

Healthy Eating tops the Menu


 

Gordons Fast Foods, founded in 1962, are starting to make big changes to their range of fast food meals. There are plans to phase out traditional fast foods such as burgers and fried chicken throughout the 200 plus outlets. In their place customers can purchase sandwiches made on the premises along with fresh salads, fruit, and vegetables. Even porridge and yogurt are available for breakfast, while lunchtime customers can enjoy pitta bread filled with chicken and roasted vegetables.

The biggest menu changes are found in the children’s meals. Gordons are launching an £8 million advertising campaign to promote healthy eating. The 3 months’ campaign aims to persuade parents that Gordons care about children’s good health. The number of meal combinations for children has doubled from 54 to 108. As fried food is phased out, in come the grilled and fresh alternatives. To fill their plate children can choose fresh salad, fruit, or a jelly made with fresh fruit juice.

These changes to the menu have cost an estimated £2 million and Gordons are spending an extra
£3.5 million to encourage a balanced and active lifestyle. It all sounds very good, but is it really possible to get balanced meals in a fast food outlet? Food experts say they welcome the changes but they think that many of the new meals still contain too much salt and not enough calories. Anna Kowalski, who is an independent food expert, reported that many children will still be hungry because the new meals are not filling enough. This leads children to ask for crisps or chocolate. Ms Kowalski says parents should still cook regularly at home with their children. Fast food meals should only be eaten occasionally and should never be given as a treat. Rewards should be a visit to the park to play on the swings and to enjoy an ice cream.


 




 

Example:


 

Statement:  Gordons have stopped serving burgers and fried chicken; their campaign is aimed at children.
Answer:       FALSE     plans to / parents


 




 

Write your answers on the lines marked Commenti.


 

3          Gordons have been in business for over 30 years; they now have over 200 outlets.



4) Read the passage below entitled “Healthy Eating Tops the Menu” then say whether the statements on the following page are TRUE or FALSE. Then quote the words or phrases from the passage that support your answer. Do not write more than 6 support words for each answer. You will lose marks if you write more than this.




 

Healthy Eating tops the Menu


 

Gordons Fast Foods, founded in 1962, are starting to make big changes to their range of fast food meals. There are plans to phase out traditional fast foods such as burgers and fried chicken throughout the 200 plus outlets. In their place customers can purchase sandwiches made on the premises along with fresh salads, fruit, and vegetables. Even porridge and yogurt are available for breakfast, while lunchtime customers can enjoy pitta bread filled with chicken and roasted vegetables.

The biggest menu changes are found in the children’s meals. Gordons are launching an £8 million advertising campaign to promote healthy eating. The 3 months’ campaign aims to persuade parents that Gordons care about children’s good health. The number of meal combinations for children has doubled from 54 to 108. As fried food is phased out, in come the grilled and fresh alternatives. To fill their plate children can choose fresh salad, fruit, or a jelly made with fresh fruit juice.

These changes to the menu have cost an estimated £2 million and Gordons are spending an extra
£3.5 million to encourage a balanced and active lifestyle. It all sounds very good, but is it really possible to get balanced meals in a fast food outlet? Food experts say they welcome the changes but they think that many of the new meals still contain too much salt and not enough calories. Anna Kowalski, who is an independent food expert, reported that many children will still be hungry because the new meals are not filling enough. This leads children to ask for crisps or chocolate. Ms Kowalski says parents should still cook regularly at home with their children. Fast food meals should only be eaten occasionally and should never be given as a treat. Rewards should be a visit to the park to play on the swings and to enjoy an ice cream.


 




 

Example:


 

Statement:  Gordons have stopped serving burgers and fried chicken; their campaign is aimed at children.
Answer:       FALSE     plans to / parents


 




 

Write your answers on the lines marked Commenti.


 

4          Gordons are making no effort to change people’s eating habits.



5) Read the passage below entitled “Healthy Eating Tops the Menu” then say whether the statements on the following page are TRUE or FALSE. Then quote the words or phrases from the passage that support your answer. Do not write more than 6 support words for each answer. You will lose marks if you write more than this.




 

Healthy Eating tops the Menu


 

Gordons Fast Foods, founded in 1962, are starting to make big changes to their range of fast food meals. There are plans to phase out traditional fast foods such as burgers and fried chicken throughout the 200 plus outlets. In their place customers can purchase sandwiches made on the premises along with fresh salads, fruit, and vegetables. Even porridge and yogurt are available for breakfast, while lunchtime customers can enjoy pitta bread filled with chicken and roasted vegetables.

The biggest menu changes are found in the children’s meals. Gordons are launching an £8 million advertising campaign to promote healthy eating. The 3 months’ campaign aims to persuade parents that Gordons care about children’s good health. The number of meal combinations for children has doubled from 54 to 108. As fried food is phased out, in come the grilled and fresh alternatives. To fill their plate children can choose fresh salad, fruit, or a jelly made with fresh fruit juice.

These changes to the menu have cost an estimated £2 million and Gordons are spending an extra
£3.5 million to encourage a balanced and active lifestyle. It all sounds very good, but is it really possible to get balanced meals in a fast food outlet? Food experts say they welcome the changes but they think that many of the new meals still contain too much salt and not enough calories. Anna Kowalski, who is an independent food expert, reported that many children will still be hungry because the new meals are not filling enough. This leads children to ask for crisps or chocolate. Ms Kowalski says parents should still cook regularly at home with their children. Fast food meals should only be eaten occasionally and should never be given as a treat. Rewards should be a visit to the park to play on the swings and to enjoy an ice cream.


 




 

Example:


 

Statement:  Gordons have stopped serving burgers and fried chicken; their campaign is aimed at children.
Answer:       FALSE     plans to / parents


 




 

Write your answers on the lines marked Commenti.


 

5          Food experts like Gordons’ new meals, but still have some doubts about them.



6) Read the passage below entitled “Healthy Eating Tops the Menu” then say whether the statements on the following page are TRUE or FALSE. Then quote the words or phrases from the passage that support your answer. Do not write more than 6 support words for each answer. You will lose marks if you write more than this.




 

Healthy Eating tops the Menu


 

Gordons Fast Foods, founded in 1962, are starting to make big changes to their range of fast food meals. There are plans to phase out traditional fast foods such as burgers and fried chicken throughout the 200 plus outlets. In their place customers can purchase sandwiches made on the premises along with fresh salads, fruit, and vegetables. Even porridge and yogurt are available for breakfast, while lunchtime customers can enjoy pitta bread filled with chicken and roasted vegetables.

The biggest menu changes are found in the children’s meals. Gordons are launching an £8 million advertising campaign to promote healthy eating. The 3 months’ campaign aims to persuade parents that Gordons care about children’s good health. The number of meal combinations for children has doubled from 54 to 108. As fried food is phased out, in come the grilled and fresh alternatives. To fill their plate children can choose fresh salad, fruit, or a jelly made with fresh fruit juice.

These changes to the menu have cost an estimated £2 million and Gordons are spending an extra
£3.5 million to encourage a balanced and active lifestyle. It all sounds very good, but is it really possible to get balanced meals in a fast food outlet? Food experts say they welcome the changes but they think that many of the new meals still contain too much salt and not enough calories. Anna Kowalski, who is an independent food expert, reported that many children will still be hungry because the new meals are not filling enough. This leads children to ask for crisps or chocolate. Ms Kowalski says parents should still cook regularly at home with their children. Fast food meals should only be eaten occasionally and should never be given as a treat. Rewards should be a visit to the park to play on the swings and to enjoy an ice cream.


 




 

Example:


 

Statement:  Gordons have stopped serving burgers and fried chicken; their campaign is aimed at children.
Answer:       FALSE     plans to / parents


 




 

Write your answers on the lines marked Commenti.


 

6        Yogurt and pitta bread are on the Gordons’ menu right through the day.



7) Read the passage below entitled “Healthy Eating Tops the Menu” then say whether the statements on the following page are TRUE or FALSE. Then quote the words or phrases from the passage that support your answer. Do not write more than 6 support words for each answer. You will lose marks if you write more than this.




 

Healthy Eating tops the Menu


 

Gordons Fast Foods, founded in 1962, are starting to make big changes to their range of fast food meals. There are plans to phase out traditional fast foods such as burgers and fried chicken throughout the 200 plus outlets. In their place customers can purchase sandwiches made on the premises along with fresh salads, fruit, and vegetables. Even porridge and yogurt are available for breakfast, while lunchtime customers can enjoy pitta bread filled with chicken and roasted vegetables.

The biggest menu changes are found in the children’s meals. Gordons are launching an £8 million advertising campaign to promote healthy eating. The 3 months’ campaign aims to persuade parents that Gordons care about children’s good health. The number of meal combinations for children has doubled from 54 to 108. As fried food is phased out, in come the grilled and fresh alternatives. To fill their plate children can choose fresh salad, fruit, or a jelly made with fresh fruit juice.

These changes to the menu have cost an estimated £2 million and Gordons are spending an extra
£3.5 million to encourage a balanced and active lifestyle. It all sounds very good, but is it really possible to get balanced meals in a fast food outlet? Food experts say they welcome the changes but they think that many of the new meals still contain too much salt and not enough calories. Anna Kowalski, who is an independent food expert, reported that many children will still be hungry because the new meals are not filling enough. This leads children to ask for crisps or chocolate. Ms Kowalski says parents should still cook regularly at home with their children. Fast food meals should only be eaten occasionally and should never be given as a treat. Rewards should be a visit to the park to play on the swings and to enjoy an ice cream.


 




 

Example:


 

Statement:  Gordons have stopped serving burgers and fried chicken; their campaign is aimed at children.
Answer:       FALSE     plans to / parents


 




 

Write your answers on the lines marked Commenti.


 

7        Children should be taken to Gordons on special occasions; the food fully satisfies them.



8) Read the passage below entitled “Healthy Eating Tops the Menu” then say whether the statements on the following page are TRUE or FALSE. Then quote the words or phrases from the passage that support your answer. Do not write more than 6 support words for each answer. You will lose marks if you write more than this.




 

Healthy Eating tops the Menu


 

Gordons Fast Foods, founded in 1962, are starting to make big changes to their range of fast food meals. There are plans to phase out traditional fast foods such as burgers and fried chicken throughout the 200 plus outlets. In their place customers can purchase sandwiches made on the premises along with fresh salads, fruit, and vegetables. Even porridge and yogurt are available for breakfast, while lunchtime customers can enjoy pitta bread filled with chicken and roasted vegetables.

The biggest menu changes are found in the children’s meals. Gordons are launching an £8 million advertising campaign to promote healthy eating. The 3 months’ campaign aims to persuade parents that Gordons care about children’s good health. The number of meal combinations for children has doubled from 54 to 108. As fried food is phased out, in come the grilled and fresh alternatives. To fill their plate children can choose fresh salad, fruit, or a jelly made with fresh fruit juice.

These changes to the menu have cost an estimated £2 million and Gordons are spending an extra
£3.5 million to encourage a balanced and active lifestyle. It all sounds very good, but is it really possible to get balanced meals in a fast food outlet? Food experts say they welcome the changes but they think that many of the new meals still contain too much salt and not enough calories. Anna Kowalski, who is an independent food expert, reported that many children will still be hungry because the new meals are not filling enough. This leads children to ask for crisps or chocolate. Ms Kowalski says parents should still cook regularly at home with their children. Fast food meals should only be eaten occasionally and should never be given as a treat. Rewards should be a visit to the park to play on the swings and to enjoy an ice cream.


 




 

Example:


 

Statement:  Gordons have stopped serving burgers and fried chicken; their campaign is aimed at children.
Answer:       FALSE     plans to / parents


 




 

Write your answers on the lines marked Commenti.


 

8      The menu changes at Gordons cost £3.5 million; the number of meals for children has increased by




200 per cent.


9) Read the passage below entitled “Healthy Eating Tops the Menu” then say whether the statements on the following page are TRUE or FALSE. Then quote the words or phrases from the passage that support your answer. Do not write more than 6 support words for each answer. You will lose marks if you write more than this.




 

Healthy Eating tops the Menu


 

Gordons Fast Foods, founded in 1962, are starting to make big changes to their range of fast food meals. There are plans to phase out traditional fast foods such as burgers and fried chicken throughout the 200 plus outlets. In their place customers can purchase sandwiches made on the premises along with fresh salads, fruit, and vegetables. Even porridge and yogurt are available for breakfast, while lunchtime customers can enjoy pitta bread filled with chicken and roasted vegetables.

The biggest menu changes are found in the children’s meals. Gordons are launching an £8 million advertising campaign to promote healthy eating. The 3 months’ campaign aims to persuade parents that Gordons care about children’s good health. The number of meal combinations for children has doubled from 54 to 108. As fried food is phased out, in come the grilled and fresh alternatives. To fill their plate children can choose fresh salad, fruit, or a jelly made with fresh fruit juice.

These changes to the menu have cost an estimated £2 million and Gordons are spending an extra
£3.5 million to encourage a balanced and active lifestyle. It all sounds very good, but is it really possible to get balanced meals in a fast food outlet? Food experts say they welcome the changes but they think that many of the new meals still contain too much salt and not enough calories. Anna Kowalski, who is an independent food expert, reported that many children will still be hungry because the new meals are not filling enough. This leads children to ask for crisps or chocolate. Ms Kowalski says parents should still cook regularly at home with their children. Fast food meals should only be eaten occasionally and should never be given as a treat. Rewards should be a visit to the park to play on the swings and to enjoy an ice cream.


 




 

Example:


 

Statement:  Gordons have stopped serving burgers and fried chicken; their campaign is aimed at children.
Answer:       FALSE     plans to / parents


 




 

Write your answers on the lines marked Commenti.


 

9      Anna Kowalski works for Gordons; she recommends daily visits to Gordons.





200 per cent.


10) Read the passage below entitled “Healthy Eating Tops the Menu” then say whether the statements on the following page are TRUE or FALSE. Then quote the words or phrases from the passage that support your answer. Do not write more than 6 support words for each answer. You will lose marks if you write more than this.




 

Healthy Eating tops the Menu


 

Gordons Fast Foods, founded in 1962, are starting to make big changes to their range of fast food meals. There are plans to phase out traditional fast foods such as burgers and fried chicken throughout the 200 plus outlets. In their place customers can purchase sandwiches made on the premises along with fresh salads, fruit, and vegetables. Even porridge and yogurt are available for breakfast, while lunchtime customers can enjoy pitta bread filled with chicken and roasted vegetables.

The biggest menu changes are found in the children’s meals. Gordons are launching an £8 million advertising campaign to promote healthy eating. The 3 months’ campaign aims to persuade parents that Gordons care about children’s good health. The number of meal combinations for children has doubled from 54 to 108. As fried food is phased out, in come the grilled and fresh alternatives. To fill their plate children can choose fresh salad, fruit, or a jelly made with fresh fruit juice.

These changes to the menu have cost an estimated £2 million and Gordons are spending an extra
£3.5 million to encourage a balanced and active lifestyle. It all sounds very good, but is it really possible to get balanced meals in a fast food outlet? Food experts say they welcome the changes but they think that many of the new meals still contain too much salt and not enough calories. Anna Kowalski, who is an independent food expert, reported that many children will still be hungry because the new meals are not filling enough. This leads children to ask for crisps or chocolate. Ms Kowalski says parents should still cook regularly at home with their children. Fast food meals should only be eaten occasionally and should never be given as a treat. Rewards should be a visit to the park to play on the swings and to enjoy an ice cream.


 




 

Example:


 

Statement:  Gordons have stopped serving burgers and fried chicken; their campaign is aimed at children.
Answer:       FALSE     plans to / parents


 




 

Write your answers on the lines marked Commenti.


 

10      Gordons sandwiches are delivered; their fruit jelly is made from dried fruit.



11) Hello, my name’s Robert Carpenter. I am ________ computer programmer.
12) Where are you from?
– We _________ from Brno, in the Czech Republic.

13) Jiri and Stepan are from my department. _______________ mechanical engineers.
14) Our company _________ famous for its high quality chemicals.
15) John is our sales manager. ________ often gives presentations.
16) I like ________ short presentations.
17) Who are ________ women over there?
18) _________ is your name?
19) This is Arkady Koshenko and his assistant, Natalya Markova – we need __________ help to set up a subsidiary in Saransk.
20) Is this _________ briefcase?
21) Do you smoke?
– No, I ___________ .

22) After work I often ___________ television.
23) Lara is _______________________.
24) Is this key _________?
25) ___________________ a cup of coffee?
26) _____________ like travelling.
27) What _________________?
28) _______________ help me?
29) Could I have _________ coffee?
30) Why _________________?

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