Exercitiu Matching Headings - dificultate scazuta

The reading passage has six paragraphs, A—F.

Choose the correct heading for each paragraph from the list of headings above.

Example   Paragraph A   Answer vi

1 Paragraph B   

2  Paragraph C

3 Paragraph D   

4  Paragraph E

5 Paragraph E

i Trying it yourself

ii Buying the right ingredients

iv Watching the experts at work

v A changing student base

vi Rationale for a seafood school

vii Picking the fish for your dish

viii How to enrol

ix A range of levels

Everybody loves fish but do they love cooking it or know how to, for that matter?

 A The Seafood School, located at the fish market, first opened its doors in 1989 to provide advice to consumers on how to prepare a wide variety of seafood dishes at home. The School is now widely regarded as one of the country's leading cooking schools with over 10,000 students a year attending classes.

B The classes were initially aimed  at the  local residents who  regularly shopped  at the fish market, but more recently the school has found a market in teaching visitors from other states, as well as from overseas.

C While fish dishes are still the main focus of most classes, recipes involving mussels, octopus, crabs and lobster are also very popular. Asian flavours are in high demand and one very popular class begins with a shopping expedition to Chinatown to find out where to purchase the best herbs and spices for each individual recipe.

D All classes commence with a demonstration of how the dishes are prepared. As anyone who has ever observed a good chef knows, it may look easy in their skilled hands but prove much more difficult at home.

E This is where the Seafood School is unique. After the demonstration, students roll up their sleeves,  put on  an  apron  and,  in groups of five,  recreate the  dishes they have just seen being prepared. Under the watchful eye of the demonstrator and assistants, each student helps to create a meal to be proud of, and then they all sit down to sample their seafood feast.

F The Seafood School conducts a wide range of classes for all degrees of competency, from a four-session  course in  seafood  basics to the more complex weekend workshops with some of the nation's leading chefs taking the classes. A vast  array of  cuisines  and  cooking  styles  is covered,  including the School's most popular class, 'Seafood BBQ', which is scheduled up to four times a month to keep up with demand! For a program of classes Click here >>