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Vocabulary Home. MmmEnglish 03 - Common Kitchen Nouns & Pronunciation. MmmEnglish 01 Cooking Verbs & How to Poach an Egg! Are you free tonight? Let's EAT together! MmmEnglish 06 - We Make Pizza! Cooking actions: English Language. English vocabulary for the kitchen - english-at-home.com. Some people have a fitted kitchen, where all the kitchen units have been bought together, and they are assembled according to a plan.

English vocabulary for the kitchen - english-at-home.com

Other people have a kitchen where the units are free-standing: not necessarily bought together at one time.In a kitchen you are likely to find cupboards (or cabinets), either at floor level, or at eye level. In the eye level cupboards you will probably find dry goods (such as flour, sugar, rice, pasta, spices) and maybe glasses and crockery (plates, bowls etc). In the floor level cupboards you might find pots and pans: saucepans for cooking pasta etc; frying pans for frying food; baking tins and roasting tins for cooking food in the oven; and serving dishes made from glass or china.

You could also find other kitchen implements such as a blender (= food processor) and kitchen scales (for measuring and weighing food). Essential English Restaurant Vocabulary Exercise. From the context, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are.

Essential English Restaurant Vocabulary Exercise

Peter:'There's a table free over there. Do you want to sit there? ' Juan:'Ok, I'm still not looking forward to eating English food.' Peter:'Don't worry, I had dinner here the last time I visited the head office. English vocabulary for food cooking methods exercise. Read the following conversation where Juan and Peter are ordering food from a menu in a restaurant in Leeds.

English vocabulary for food cooking methods exercise

From the context, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are. Waiter:'Are you ready to order? ' Juan:'Yes, for the starter I would like the smoked salmon salad. And for the main course I would like the fried steak. It says on the menu that it's accompanied with either a baked potato or with roast potatoes.

Food tastes & textures vocabulary exercise. Vocabulary for complaining/problems in a restaurant exercise part 1. Read the following text where four customers (Julie, Andrew, Sally & Peter) are having problems when eating in a restaurant.

Vocabulary for complaining/problems in a restaurant exercise part 1

From the context, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are. Then do the quiz at the end to check if you are right. Waiter:'Good evening Madam, how can I help you? ' Julie:'Good evening. We have a reservation for 9pm in the name of Smith.' Waiter:'A table for four, isn't it? 30 minutes later Julie:'Excuse me, we've been waiting for 30 minutes for our table. Waiter:'Sorry about the delay, we're very busy tonight. 2 minutes later. Vocabulary for complaining/problems in a restaurant exercise part 2. Read the following text where four customers (Julie, Andrew, Sally & Peter) continue to have problems when eating in a restaurant.

Vocabulary for complaining/problems in a restaurant exercise part 2

From the context, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are. Then do the quiz at the end to check if you are right. 20 minutes later, the customers have just been served their main course Julie:'Is there a problem with your steak Andrew? ' Andrew:'Yeah, there is. Julie:'You should ask the waiter to send it back to the kitchen, so you they can give you another steak. Sally:'I have a problem with my main course as well. Julie:'I'll call the waiter over now.

Waiter:'Yes, madam. Julie:'One of my friends ordered a rear steak and you've brought him a well-done steak. Essential wine vocabulary & terms exercise. Read the following conversation in a restaurant in Yorkshire between Peter and Juan about the different types of wine to accompany a meal.

Essential wine vocabulary & terms exercise

From the context, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are. Essential English vocabulary for drinking alcohol exercise. English vocabulary for beer and drinking exercise. Read the following conversation in a pub in Yorkshire between Peter and Juan about the different types of beer that are available to drink.

English vocabulary for beer and drinking exercise

From the context, try to guess what the meaning of the words/phrases in bold are. Then do the quiz at the end to check if you are right. Peter:'I thought that I'd bring you to good pub whilst we were here in England. This is good because it has a lot of national and international beers. So, what would you like? ' Juan:'There are so many to choose from. Peter:'That's called bitter. But there are other types of beer as well. Juan:'There's somebody drinking a beer that looks white. Peter:'No it isn't a fruit beer, it's another type of beer called a wheat beer. English for restaurant waiters: When customers arrive exercise. English for restaurant waiters: Taking customers' orders and serving food exercise. English for restaurant waiters: Giving the bill/check and saying goodbye exercise. Exercises on Hotel and Restaurant - 03. Got it!

Exercises on Hotel and Restaurant - 03

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Cookie Consent plugin for the EU cookie law Exercise on Accomodations Exercise on Eating Out. Food and Drink Vocabulary. Food and Beverage Vocabulary Quiz. Serving at Table Quiz. Understanding Your Guests Quiz. Menu in English. This page from our English for F&B Staff covers English language typically used in restaurant menus.

Menu in English

If you are going to be working in a restaurant, it is important that you understand the menu. Different menus use different words to mean the same thing. They also use certain words to make food sound more delicious. It isn't just the server who should know the menu. Hosts, bartenders, and bussers may also get asked questions about the menu from the guests. Most menus are divided into sections. Menu Sections Descriptive Words and Expressions on a Menu Menus often contain special language to make items sound delicious. Bar Vocabulary.

This page from our English for F&B Staff covers language needed when serving at a bar in an English-speaking context. Tending bar requires special skills, such as learning special recipes, measuring, mixing and serving drinks, and chatting with guests. No matter which country you are working in, you are sure to come across English patrons who want a cold drink. Study the lists and expressions bartenders use. Then read the dialogue and check your understanding. Glassware Classic Cocktails There are many different ways to prepare classic cocktails. Common Liquor Beer and Coolers.