Fill the gaps in the sentences by unscrambling the letters in brackets to find the missing words.
(All the words are related to food and eating, and the first letter is printed in bold to help you.)
- Let’s have lunch at the new e _______________________ [y t e e r a] on the corner.
- There were lots of g ____________________ [s o g i o e d] at the party.
- Let’s have some b_____________________ [n g b a r e s] for dinner.
- We’re having sausage and m_________________ [s h m a] for dinner.
- This apple pie is really s_____________________ [c i p o t m s u r s u].
- I’ll take some n_____________________ [b i s b e n l] for the party.
- We went on an eating and drinking b________________ [g i b e n] yesterday.
- Let’s have a quick snack. I’m feeling a bit p_______________ [p i h s k e c].
- He went to the d___________________ [l i d e] to buy some ham and cheese.
- Let’s eat. I’m f____________________ [m e h s i f a d].
- Would you like some more c_______________________ [w h o c]?
- Do you want m______________ [o y a m] with your hot dog?
- Come on, guys. G__________________ ’s [b u r g] up.
- Would you like some more s_________________ [d s u p s]?
- Do you want m____________________ [g a m e r] or butter?
Now write the words in the puzzle to find the hidden expression below the arrow.
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1 eatery = lanchonete,
- goodies = gulodices,
- bangers (UK) = salsichas
- mash (UK) = purê de
- scrumptious = delicioso
- nibbles (UK) = comida
- binge = farra de comida
- peckish (UK) = com um
pouco de fome
- deli = delicatessen
- famished = faminto
- chow (US) = comida;
- mayo = maionese
- grub = comida; rango
- spuds (UK) = batatas
- marge (UK) = margarina
Hidden expression: to eat like a horse = comer muito