Lesson 3: Vegetables

Heap of vegetables


Practice reading the dialogue with your tutor. After you are done, switch roles and go again! πŸ“˜

  • K: Do you like to eat broccoli?
  • D: No, I hate it.
  • K: Do you like carrots, celery, or tomatoes?
  • D: I hate all vegetables.
  • K: It must be hard to eat with you!


Using “do” and “does” to ask and answer these short questions. πŸ“˜

  • Do I like vegetables?Β 
  • Do you like vegetables?Β 
  • Does he/she like vegetables?Β 
  • Do you both like vegetables?Β 
  • Do they like vegetables?Β 


Go over the below vocabulary & expressions with your tutor.



Fill in the blank with do or do not. πŸ“˜

  • Do you speak English? Yes, I do.
  • Do you like broccoli? _________.
  • Do you like lettuce? __________.
  • Do you like onion? ___________.
  • Do you like celery? ___________.

Fill in the blank with the negative of do or does. πŸ“˜

  • Do they like eggplant? No, they do not.
  • Does he like cauliflower? _________________.
  • Does she like cabbage? __________________.
  • Do you like corn? _______________________.
  • Do I like carrots? ________________________.

Make a sentence using the words. πŸ“˜

  • does, like, not, vegetables, he – He does not like vegetables.
  • onion, we, like – __________________________.
  • not, you, do, like, asparagus – Β ________________________.
  • they, do, zucchini, like – ___________________________?
  • does, like, she, pumpkin – ___________________________?

Using the vocabulary list above, name the vegetable. Β πŸ“˜


It is an onion.


It is a ___________.


It is a ____________.


It is a _____________.

Discussion Questions

  • What is your favorite vegetable?
  • Describe what a tomato tastes like.
  • Describe how a carrot is different from a cucumber.
  • How do you prepare your favorite vegetable?

(Image Source: http://www.woodwardenglish.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/vegetables-in-english.jpg)

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