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1) Read the text and then look at the questions.
The government published a report yesterday saying that we need to eat more healthily - more fruitsand vegetables, less fat and sugar. So that means fewer burgers, chips and fried food as well as cutting down on sweet things. We went into central London yesterday at lunchtime and asked people whatthey thought about it. "It's got nothing to do with the government what I eat," says Paul Keel, a building worker, as he eats a beef burger and chips washed down with strawberry milkshake. "I think Ihave a healthy diet. You see, I don't normally eat a beef burger for lunch. Normally I just have chips." Any fish? "I like cod. But I've only ever had it once." Tim Kennor, a librarian, welcomes thegovernment advice. But he also has his own rules. "I think," he explains, eating his fried chicken and chips, "it's important to eat a variety of food." We then asked Dorothy Matthews, aged 74. "I...