Conversation - Chocolate





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STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student B.)

(1) Do you like chocolate?
(2) Which country do you think makes the most delicious chocolate?
(3) Do you like getting chocolate as a present?
(4) Do you know how chocolate is made?
(5) How much chocolate should children eat?
(6) Is chocolate part of any celebrations in your country?
(7) Do you think chocolate is healthy?
(8) Who do you think are the world’s biggest chocolate eaters?
(9) Why is chocolate so often associated with romance?
(10) What would the world be like without chocolate?


STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student A.)

(1) What do you know about the history of chocolate?
(2) Did you eat a lot of chocolate when you were a child?
(3) Why do you think so many people are addicted to chocolate?
(4) What is your favorite brand / bar / kind of chocolate?
(5) Would you like to eat some chocolate right now?
(6) Do you have a favorite chocolate TV commercial?
(7) How can the word ‘chocolate’ be a countable and uncountable noun?
(8) Have you read the book ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’?
(9) Does eating chocolate change our feelings?
(10) What are your earliest memories of chocolate?


List of chocolate vocabulary and expressions

ADJECTIVES dark, plain | milk | white | bitter | cooking

QUANTITY. bar, slab | bit, piece, square He broke off a few squares of chocolate. | box I gave her a box of hand-made Belgian chocolates.

VERB + CHOCOLATE eat, have | break (up) into pieces/squares She broke a bar of dark chocolate into four pieces. | grate | melt Melt 100g of cooking chocolate in a basin over hot water. | coat/cover sth in/with, dip sth in, spread/sprinkle (sth with) a box of brazil nuts coated in chocolate

CHOCOLATE + VERB melt Stir until the chocolate has melted.

CHOCOLATE + NOUN bar, chip | biscuit, cake, eclair, egg, gateau, ice cream, mousse, sauce | factory