Unit 9 When was it invented? Section B Period 1
Describe how food tastes.
crispy and salty
Listening (2a, 2b: P71)
The potato chips were invented by
mistake. T 2. They were invented in 1863. F 3. The customer thought the potatoes
weren’t thin enough.T
How do they taste?
salty crispy脆的 咸的
apples candy cakes honey
potato chips Grapes biscuits cookies popcorns oranges potato chips salty egg
What are needed?
The potatoes are cut into slices. The slices are fried in the oil. Some pepper and salt are sprinkled on the slices.
Who were they invented by? When were they invented?
Listen and circle “T” (for true) or “F” (for fals
1.The potato chips were invented by T mistake. 2.They were invented in 1863. T 3.The customer thought the potatoes T weren’t thin enough. 4.The customer said they weren’t T salty enough. 5.George wanted to make the T customer happy. 6.The customer was happy in the end. T
F F F
The history of chips
Did you know that potato chips were
invented by mistake? Chipswere invented by a chef called George Crum. They were invented in 1853 .George Crum cooked them for a long time until they were crispy . And he sprinkled lots of salt on them so they were really salty .
What will you do if you are really thirsty?
I’d like to drink these beverages.
[ 'bev?rid? ] n. 饮料
What’s the most traditional beverage in China Tea has a long history. black tea 红茶 Tea was discovered 3000 years ago. green tea 绿茶 There’s an ancient legend milk tea 奶茶 about tea.
leaves It smells pleasant. It tastes bitter and sweet.
4. The customer said they weren’t
salty enough. customer happy.
5. George wanted to make the 6. The customer was happy in the
The history of chips
_____________that potato chips were Did you know invented by mistake? Chips ______ were _________by a chef called George Crum. invented They were invented in______. George 1853 Crum cooked them for a long time until they ___________And he sprinkled lots were crispy of salt on them so they were__________. really salty
Boy1: Hey, did you know that potato chips were invented by mistake? Boy2: Really? What do you mean? Boy1: Well, here on the bag it says that they were invented by a chef called George Crum. Boy2: When was that? Boy1: Oh, it was back in 1853. Boy2: So, why was it an accident?
Boy1: Well one day a customer in the restaurant where George worked sent back his plate of fried potatoes because he said they were cut too thick. Boy2: So what happened? Boy1: Well, George was in a bad mood, so he cut the potatoes really, really thin, and he cooked them for a long time until they were crispy.
And he sprinkled lots of salt on them so they were really salty. He thought the customer would hate them. Boy2: And? Boy1: And the customer lo
ved them and asked for more. He told the other customers about them, and soon everyone was ordering thinlysliced, crispy, salty potato chips.
Boy2: And we’re still eating them today. What a cool story! Boy1: Yeah.
1.The custom said they weren’t salty
(1) said 后是宾语从句, 省略了that。当
He asked me whom I was waiting for.
但enough 修饰名词时, 可以放在名词
I have enough money to buy it. ( I
have money enough to buy it.)
2.The potato chips were invented by
mistake 做名词, 意为 “弄错, 误解”
You have made a foolish mistake.
mistake 作动词, 意为 “弄错,误解”
She didn’t speak very clearly so I
mistook what she said. 她讲的不清楚, 所以我误解了她的话。
by mistake 意为 “错误地,无意地”
I took his backpack by mistake.
我错拿了他的书包。 He put salt in her cup of tea by mistake. 他错把盐放进她的茶里。
Thank you for listening!