Cooking Together

 

Practice the sentences

Listen to the dialogue and continue with the correct response.
Are you allergic to anything?en
No, but I don't eat meat or dairy.en
 
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    • Are you vegan?en
       
    • Are you alone?en
       
    • Are you gray?en
       
 
 
I usually eat veggies with chicken and rice for lunch.en
Can you give me the recipe?en
 
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    • Of course. I can send it to you.en
       
    • Never, I don't like it.en
       
    • Maybe we should go together.en
       
 
 
I'm craving noodles with tomato sauce.en
Me too. I love a good pasta dish.en
 
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    • Would you come here?en
       
    • You should plant a tree.en
       
    • Do you like Parmesan cheese?en
       
 
 
 
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Practice the phrases

Build the sentence by clicking on the words.
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Learn the dialog

Listen to the dialogue while reading the text.
Would you like to cook dinner together?en
Sounds great. What would you like to eat?en
I was thinking maybe vegetable soup?en
I love vegetable soup! What kind of ingredients should we use?en
I don't really care. I have carrots, onions, zucchini and broccoli in the fridge.en
Great! Then let's use all of that. I'll dice the zucchini and the onions. Do you want to prepare the broccoli and the carrots?en
Yes, I'll do that. Should we add fresh herbs and garlic?en
Oh yes, that sounds delicious! As a side dish, we could bake a baguette in the oven.en
Very good idea! How do you want to season the soup? With salt and pepper?en
Exactly. And some chili, if that's ok with you. I'm really hungry already.en
Me too! Who taught you how to cook?en
My mother, she is a great cook! We always used to prepare dinner together.en
If you set the table, I will finish the soup, and then we can eat.en
Sounds good.en
 

Practice the dialog

Complete the dialogue.
 
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Would you like to cook together?
 
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  • Sounds great. What would you like to
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Sounds great. What would you like to ⁠?
 
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I was thinking maybe vegetable ⁠?
 
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I love vegetable soup! What kind of should we use?
 
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I don't really care. I have carrots, ⁠, zucchini and broccoli in the fridge.
 
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  • Great! Then let's use all of that. I'll
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    the zucchini and the onions. Do you want to prepare the broccoli and the carrots?
     
 
 
Great! Then let's use all of that. I'll the zucchini and the onions. Do you want to prepare the broccoli and the carrots?
 
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    and garlic?
     
 
 
Yes, I'll do that. Should we add fresh and garlic?
 
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  • Oh yes, that sounds delicious! As a side dish, we could bake a baguette in the
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Oh yes, that sounds delicious! As a side dish, we could bake a baguette in the ⁠.
 
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    the soup? With salt and pepper?
     
 
 
Very good idea! How do you want to the soup? With salt and pepper?
 
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  • Exactly. And some chili, if that's ok with you. I'm really
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Exactly. And some chili, if that's ok with you. I'm really already.
 
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  • Me too! Who taught you how to
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Me too! Who taught you how to ⁠?
 
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My mother, she is a great ⁠! We always used to prepare dinner together.
 
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    ⁠, I will finish the soup, and then we can eat.
     
 
 
If you set the ⁠, I will finish the soup, and then we can eat.
 
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Sounds good.
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Practice Listening

Listen to the dialogue and choose the matching statement.
 
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    • They love French food.en
       
    • He likes pizza.en
       
    • They both like Italian food.en
       
 
 
 
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    • He doesn't like Chinese food.en
       
    • She wants to eat Chinese food.en
       
    • He wants to eat Chinese food.en
       
 
 
 
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    • He is chopping vegetables.en
       
    • She is making a mess.en
       
    • He is helping with the dishes.en
       
 
 
 
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Speak the dialogue

Speak your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Record your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Then replay your recording and compare each recorded part to the original.
Ashlee
Would you like to cook dinner together?en
You
Sounds great. What would you like to eat?en
I was thinking maybe vegetable soup?en
I love vegetable soup! What kind of ingredients should we use?en
I don't really care. I have carrots, onions, zucchini and broccoli in the fridge.en
Great! Then let's use all of that. I'll dice the zucchini and the onions. Do you want to prepare the broccoli and the carrots?en
Yes, I'll do that. Should we add fresh herbs and garlic?en
Oh yes, that sounds delicious! As a side dish, we could bake a baguette in the oven.en
Very good idea! How do you want to season the soup? With salt and pepper?en
Exactly. And some chili, if that's ok with you. I'm really hungry already.en
Me too! Who taught you how to cook?en
My mother, she is a great cook! We always used to prepare dinner together.en
If you set the table, I will finish the soup, and then we can eat.en
Sounds good.en
Speak your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Record your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Then replay your recording and compare each recorded part to the original.
You
Would you like to cook dinner together?en
David
Sounds great. What would you like to eat?en
I was thinking maybe vegetable soup?en
I love vegetable soup! What kind of ingredients should we use?en
I don't really care. I have carrots, onions, zucchini and broccoli in the fridge.en
Great! Then let's use all of that. I'll dice the zucchini and the onions. Do you want to prepare the broccoli and the carrots?en
Yes, I'll do that. Should we add fresh herbs and garlic?en
Oh yes, that sounds delicious! As a side dish, we could bake a baguette in the oven.en
Very good idea! How do you want to season the soup? With salt and pepper?en
Exactly. And some chili, if that's ok with you. I'm really hungry already.en
Me too! Who taught you how to cook?en
My mother, she is a great cook! We always used to prepare dinner together.en
If you set the table, I will finish the soup, and then we can eat.en
Sounds good.en
 
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