Экзаменационные вопросы Вопросник: экзамен. вопросы (Копия) Преподаватель: Гаипова Сәнтөре Айбекқызы
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How people live
As part of our weekly series, we asked Jane Hancock and Tim Greenwood to tell us about their lives.
Jane Hancock is a hardworking teacher in Sheffield. She gets up at half past six every morning and has breakfast. Then she makes her sandwiches and gets ready for work. Jane usually walks to work because she thinks it’s important to take exercise every day. She sometimes walks home again in the evening, but more often gets the bus. Jane has dinner at seven o’clock and goes to bed early. She doesn’t go out during the week, but she often goes out with friends at the weekend. Jane makes sure that she eats five portions of fruit and vegetables every day and fish twice a week. She hardly ever eats meat and she doesn’t smoke. For more exercise, Jane goes to the gym three times a week. She’s very healthy and is hardly ever ill.
Tim lives by the sea in Cardiff. He’s a journalist for a local newspaper. He usually gets up at eight o’clock, has a quick shower and then drives to work. Tim doesn’t have time for breakfast, but sometimes has a sandwich in the middle of the morning. At lunchtime, he usually has a burger. He buys it from the fast food restaurant across the road and then eats at his desk. Tim works long hours and often stays late in the evening. On those days, he goes to a restaurant with people from work. They usually have quite a lot of wine with their meal and they all smoke. Tim doesn’t eat fruit and he doesn’t like many vegetables. He plays football once a month, but he isn’t very healthy.
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I love my job!
James Shannon is a chef in a London restaurant. He talks about his job.
I work at Suzie’s, which is one of the most popular restaurants in central London. The best part of working there is being part of a fantastic team of friendly and talented people.
I left school and started by washing dishes when I was only 16. I wasn’t interested in food and I never cooked at home, but I worked hard, and soon became a waiter. Simon, who was head chef at the time, then began to show me how to cook and I loved it so much I went to college to learn more.
When Simon left Suzie’s, I became head chef. At the time all the food was British. The quality was excellent, but I wanted to do something different, so I decided to have an international menu. Now we serve food from all around the world. There are so many fantastic markets and food shops in London that I can usually find any ingredient I need.
I use a lot of natural ingredients such as brown rice, organic flour, and pasta. Some people think that healthy food is boring, but they’re wrong. Well-prepared natural food has so much more flavour than fast food. Our food is healthy and our customers love it. We use the very best meat and the highest quality vegetables.
Suzie’s is open Monday to Friday from 5.00 p.m. to 11.00 p.m., and from 12.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. at weekends. On Fridays and Saturdays we play live music from around the world. There’s a children’s menu on Sundays and that’s when we serve traditional British food.