Punch (Past participle)


Grammar — Beginner Level
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Complete each sentence choosing the correct option

  1. Punch is usually   at parties in large, wide bowls, known as punch bowls.

  2. The drink was   to England from India by sailors and employees of the English East India Company in the early 17th century.

  3. Non-alcoholic varieties are especially   to children as well as adults who do not drink alcohol.

  4. Most spirit based early alcoholic punches were   using either arrack or rum.

  5. The term punch was first   in English documents in 1632.


Practice your writing skills by discussing the questions below

  1. What is your favorite beverage? Why?

  2. Do you like punch? Why? Why not?

  3. Which alcoholic beverage do you prefer? Why?


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      • a fully grown person or animal
      • a clear liquid that has a strong smell, that is used in some medicines and other products, and that is the substance in liquors (such as beer, wine, or whiskey) that can make a person drunk
      • man made, not natural
      • something you can drink : a liquid for drinking
      • a round, deep dish or basin used for food or liquid
      • (contained) to keep under control; hold back
      • (documented) recorded
      • a person who works for another person or company in exchange for a salary
      • a person whose job it is to work as a member of the crew of a commercial or naval ship or boat, especially one who is below the rank of officer
      • (served) to give (food or drink) to someone at a meal, in a restaurant, etc.


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