Today's lesson on Food went really well. The best bit was, having gone through positive and negative adjectives about food from delicious to inedible, I moved onto adjectives for flavour (sweet, salty, bitter, hot, savoury etc) and texture (crunchy, smooth, crisp, soft etc), We then played "Open your mouth and close your eyes and I will give you a big surprise" which they had to describe one or more of the given adjectives. I have to say the best results were raw onion - crunchy and savoury - and a teaspoon of black peppercorns - hot and unpleasant. Good laughs all around. The most interesting moment was when the minister arrived with two colleagues and had clearly forgotten he had given us permission to use his office. He looked. He paused he started in English then said in French that " Je travaillerai in autre place" and left. Stunned faces from the class. Then smiles as I moved onto Food Bingo. I actually think Bingo is an excellent way of learning vocabulary because they have to listen carefully, read carefully then act and as it's all competetive - for a Snickers bar it works really well.