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Vocabulary: I'm hungry
"Eating" is one of the activities that takes a lot of time in our lives, together with sleeping and working! Of course, and we'll see it here, you can swallow food like a glutton, or pick at your food like a bird ...
Yet, eating is not only "feeding oneself". Very often, it's also a social activity that we share with our loved ones, our families, our friends or colleagues.
|The food business/ the food trade||foodstuffs|
|To feed (I fed, fed) someone||to nourish sb with sth|
|Light/ heavy||it's off!|
|Digestion/ Indigestion||to have an attack of indigestion|
|To digest=> digestible=> indigestible||eatable/ uneatable/ inedible|
|Edible/ inedible||to feed oneself on something|
|To subsist||a ration|
|A vitamin deficiency||hunger|
|To starve to death / to be starving||to die of starvation|
VEGETABLES make your stomach HAPPY! Heavy food => indigestion.
|To eat */ drink ** in moderation||To eat heartily|
|To have an appetite||To have a healthy/ hearty appetite|
|To eat like a horse||To be a big eater|
To have a very small appetite /
To eat like a bird
|To be off one's food|
* To eat, I ate, eaten.// ** To drink, I drank, drunk.
to eat ravenously To fast To eat like a horse
|To be hungry||To be famished|
|To be ravenous||To eat one's fill|
|Greed=> greedy||Gluttony=> to be gluttonous|
|To be fastidious||To be choosy (BE)/ To be picky (AE)|
To be greedy To be famished Gluttony = a Deadly Sin
Ways of eating...
|To bite (into) something||To chew|
|To nibble||To crunch|
|To lick||To swallow|
|It went down the wrong way||To eat something up|
|A substantial meal||Filling|
|To make sb's mouth water||To gobble up/ gulp down/ wolf down|
|To gorge oneself up||To stuff oneself with|
|To put away a whole cake!||"I'm full!"|
|To pick/ nibble at one's food||It tastes nice/ awful|
|A delicacy||To treat oneself to|
|This is my treat!||A gourmet|
I do hope you won't be "full" after learning this lesson, but still starving, or hungry for the following test. I give you the FORCE.
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