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English Lessons About Food & Drink | 음식과 음료에 대한 영어 수업

Sometimes you really feel like eating or drinking something in particular, while at other times you are so hungry that you eat your food very quickly. In this lesson, you are going to learn some new English vocabulary specific to these two situation situations.

wolf down (slang): to eat or drink quickly
1. Why did you wolf your food down so quickly?
2. Stop wolfing your food down!
3. She wolfed down her burger.

crave (v.): to really desire or want (something)
1. Do you crave anything in particular for dinner?
2. I am craving some honey butter chips.
3. My wife craved ice cream when she was pregnant

hanker (v. informal): to really desire or want (something)
1. I have a hankering for a nice, juicy steak.
2. Do you have a hankering for anything specific?
3. I really hanker for a cold drink.

kill/murder (slang): to really want to eat something (often used to express you are hungry); to eat everything on the plate (usually quickly)
1. I could murder a steak.
2. You must have been hungry; you killed that pizza.
3. Let’s go to Jimmy’s Bar; I could murder one of their tacos.
English Lessons About Food & Drink | 음식과 음료에 대한 영어 수업
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