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Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
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Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
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Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
Cooking verbs
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Cooking verbs
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Cooking verbs

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27 slides to revise/learn vocabulary about cooking. There is some extra work (fill in a recipe & write your favourite recipe). Thanks Phillip Martin for his nice clipart. Hope it's useful to you & …

27 slides to revise/learn vocabulary about cooking. There is some extra work (fill in a recipe & write your favourite recipe). Thanks Phillip Martin for his nice clipart. Hope it's useful to you & your students.

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  • 1. COOKING VERBS Gloria Martínez Lanzán
  • 2. ROAST
  • 3. BREAK
  • 4. BEAT / WHISK
  • 5. POUR
  • 6. KNEAD
  • 7. SPREAD
  • 8. PEEL
  • 9. CARVE
  • 10. GRILL
  • 11. ROLL
  • 12. BOIL
  • 13. MIX
  • 14. FRY
  • 15. SPIT- ROAST
  • 16. GRATE
  • 17. SIFT
  • 18. TOAST
  • 19. SLICE
  • 20. SEASON
  • 21. BAKE
  • 22. STIR
  • 23. MEASURE
  • 24. YOUR TURN NOW 1 Fill in the blanks with the verbs below: How to make a potato omelette beat turn wash break season peel put 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. heat slice cook pour (2) First ……………….. the potatoes and ……………… them. Then ……………… the potatoes. Next ……………… some oil in a frying pan and ………. it. ………………… the potatoes in the frying pan. Then ………………… the eggs and ……………… them. ……………… the eggs into the frying pan. ……………… with salt. ……………… the mixture. Finally ……………… the omelette over.
  • 25. KEY 1. First PEEL the potatoes and WASH them. 2. Then SLICE the potatoes. 3. Next POUR some oil in a frying pan and HEAT it. 4. FRY the potatoes in the frying pan. 5. Then BREAK the eggs and BEAT them. 6. POUR the eggs into the frying pan. 7. SEASON with salt. 8. COOK the mixture. 9. Finally TURN the omelette over.
  • 26. YOUR TURN NOW 2 Write your favourite recipe: • Make a list of the ingredients. • Explain how to make it. TIPS: Remember to use: • imperatives or impersonal you • linking adverbials: first, second, next, then…
  • 27. Thanks Phillip Martin for his nice clipart

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