The best food in Japan

Apply comparatives and superlatives with this simple interview activity. The focus is on "good," "better" and "best".

The protagonist is looking for the best ice cream in town. He tries out the ice cream at Mr. Cat's store, then Mr. Bear's store and lastly at Ms. Rabbit's store.

  • Go through the example using the PowerPoint presentation

  • Hand out the worksheet and have the students think of three of their favourite Japanese dishes

Interview Section

  • Have the students figure out which Japanese dish is the most popular in their class through a survey
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  • Good, better, best.docx (106 KB)
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  • Good, better, best.pptx (4.46 MB)
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    Submitted by onaka December 7, 2022 Estimated time: 30 minutes
    1. UonumaRobert December 7, 2022

      Nicely illustrated point although I'm not sure I agree with his taste in ice cream. Vanila was chocolate chips is much better than the mixed ice cream.

    2. onaka December 7, 2022

      The protagonist from the PowerPoint presentation does in fact delight himself with rum & raisins ice cream on the weekends. And by rum & raisins, it is no reference to that ice cream flavour, he says, but rather the ingredients: rum and raisins with ice cream on the side. At least that's what he told me, that protagonist chap.

    3. UonumaRobert December 7, 2022

      I'll stick with my beer and edamae on the weekends but enjoying rum while snacking on raisins doesn't sound at all bad.

    4. onaka December 7, 2022

      Well, that sounds rather gratifying.

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