Also, here is a picture dictionary for kitchen utensils.
Look through this list of useful dining out phrases and try to use them in your speech.
Learn the words for the most popular Russian dishes and how to order food in restaurants in Russian.
Watch this video modeling how to order food in the restaurant. Pay attention to the script, translation, and grammar notes on the right. Try to incorporate these expressions in your speech.
Play this game to practice fruits and vegetables vocabulary.
Use these interactive flashcards to learn and practice the Unit Vocabulary. Use all the different modes (Flashcards, Gravity, Match, Text, etc.) both to memorize the words and to test yourself.
Review the rules for the formation and usage of the Instrumental case.
Review the differences between Perfective and Imperfective aspects.
Now practice using the Future tense in both Perfective and Imperfective aspects.
Do the same with this recording of two people discussing where to eat out.
Learn how to cook Russian blinis.
Watch this video to learn what the most popular foods among Russians are.
Watch this video to learn if Russians prefer borscht or burgers.
Learn about eating habits of Russians with this video.
How do Russian view vegetarians? This scene from “Everything is Illuminated” will show you.
Take a look at the website of online pizza delivery service and learn what Russians like on their pizzas, and how much pizza costs.
Find out what you can eat at Moscow restaurants.
This video will show you what you can eat at a typical Russian school cafeteria.
Watch a cartoon “Axe Kasha = Каша из топора”, the story of a talented chef’s hands that can work wonders.
Children’s song – «Пусть всегда будет солнце»
Звери – «Я с тобой»
Мумий Тролль – «Это по любви»
Чайф – «Не со мной»
Кино – «Нам с тобой»
Андрей Макаревич – «Люблю я макароны»
МакSим – «Ты говоришь с солнцем»
Instrumental case: Russian in Exercises pages 147-154 (rules and exercises with answers); Grammar in Illustrations pages 66-68 and page 73; Introductory Russian Grammar pages 159-165 (rules and drills to practice).
Verbal Aspect: Russian in Exercises pages 202-209 (rules and exercises with answers); Grammar in Illustrations page 218 and pages 224-226; Introductory Russian Grammar pages 210-217 (rules and drills to practice).
Food Vocabulary: Oxford Picture Dictionary pages 66-85.
Food in Russian Culture: The Russian’s World pages 143-190.