Free Online English Lessons Food & Drink

Vocabulary, Level B1+

Which adjectives go together with these different kinds of food and drink? Using adjectives to describe nouns is a good way to improve your speaking and writing, so try to use some of these this week.


See if you can match the two adjectives with the nouns that they are often associated with.

1. sweet/dry 
2. boiled/scrambled 
3. still/sparkling 
4. hot/mild 
5. brown/white 
6. regular/diet 
7. boiled/roasted 
8. plain/milk 
9. rare/medium 
10. weak/strong 

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