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    Vocabulary: drinking... and eating

    Today, our purpose is to study the different ways of drinking and eating... A strange idea, as we could imagine there's only one way of doing these two daily actions... and yet ...     They all depend on the quantity of food or liquid ingested and of the way to act. Not all of them are to be imitated! 



    I) HOW TO DRINK?  


            To sip tea= drink little mouthfuls 

           (notice his little finger!)

                           A sipper

           = (for babies or sick people)

                          Swallowing liquids       

                             To gulp

          = (swallowing large mouthfuls)

                      To guzzle

                         To quaff

                  = to drink heartily


                                                     Kittens lapping up milk


                  To peck at food             To nibble                   To chew
                               To munch/ masticate                          To swallow

                 To stuff oneself with...          


                      To swallow whole *           

                           To choke                  To vomit/ throw up

    * to swallow whole = to gobble up/ down = Those ways of eating are quite rude and may make you sick!  


                                                                    Eating an ice-cream, or licking it? 

    Here we are. Now, you know all the verbs which are necessary to have a wonderful grade at the test!   Good luck! 



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    1. Be careful, Lucy... Your milk is so hot that you should wait or just it slowly.

    2. During the heat wave, people cool water and deliciously refreshing ice-creams.

    3. is a disorder often leading to bulimia.

    4. At the end of the Marathon, the athletes splashed their faces with water and their drinks.

    5. She has always been food... No wonder she's so thin...

    6. Don't your food... You'll be sick if you don't it enough...

    7. Listen! Can you hear Bunny, our pet rabbit, at the carrot I've just put in his cage?

    8. The kitten is carefully and slowly the milk out of its saucer...

    9. I've seen so many teenagers taken to the ER after a party...

    10. Stop drinking and eating so much and so quickly, Jim. You're going to if you go on in such a way.



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