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Cooking instructions and kitchen actions

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Applying imperatives to give instructions. Kitchen vocabulary.

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Cooking instructions and kitchen actions

  1. 1. Cooking Instructions Vocabulary and imperatives
  2. 2. Imperatives When cooking, we usually give the instructions using imperatives. An imperative is a verb used without the subject. The subject (you) is implied in the sentence. We can use the imperative to give a direct order. 1.Take that chewing gum out of your mouth. 2.Stand up straight. 3.Give me the details. We can use the imperative to give friendly informal advice. 1.Speak to him. Tell him how you feel. 2.Have a quiet word with her about it. 3.Don't go. Stay at home and rest up. Get some sleep and recover.
  3. 3. We can use the imperative to give instructions. 1.Open your book. 2.Take two tablets every evening. 3.Take a left and then a right. We can use the imperative to make an invitation. 1.Come in and sit down. Make yourself at home. 2.Please start without me. I'll be there shortly. 3.Have a piece of this cake. It's delicious. We can use the imperative on signs and notices. 1.Push. 2.Do not use. 3.Insert one dollar.
  4. 4. Pressure pot Kettle Pot Cutting board
  5. 5. Ice tray Frying pan Glass
  6. 6. Shakers Tablecloth Baking trays Blender
  7. 7. JUG FUNNEL FORK KNIFE SPOON CAN OPENER
  8. 8. COLANDER OVEN STOVE MICROWAVE OVEN FRIDGE
  9. 9. CUP DISH or PLATE BOWL NAPKIN
  10. 10. CHOPSTICKS BOTTLE OPENER LADLE – SPATULA – SKIMMERS – SPAGUETTI SPOON Rolling Pin
  11. 11. Some actions in the kitchen Slice Chop Dice Cut Sprinkle
  12. 12. Peel knead Spread Pour Mix
  13. 13. If you have…. 2 slices of bread. 1 tomato Lettuce leaves Cheese Salt and pepper What can you prepare??? Explain it.

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