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Kitchens 2

Learn more words for things you can find in a kitchen by doing these exercises.

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Intermediate: B1

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I use most of the things listed here, my favorite is the dishwasher, it makes our live much more easier ;)

I mostly uses things like electric cooker, saucepan, frying pan, sponge, bin and so on.
Some of the unlisted things include grater, cooler, stale, electric cooker, gas cooker and so on.

I often use a turner and a ladle. They are called kitchen utensils, right?

I cooking every day for my family. I always use saucepan and frying pan for make the meals. I love make pasta.

I enjoy cooking. I prefer to bake at oven, but sometimes I use frying pan and saucepan in my kitchen. All my vegetables I keep at the fridge. Things which I use a lot are sink, sponge, oven, freezer, freedge, bin, saucepan and frying pan.

Well. I practically use all things which are in this exercise. I don't have dishwasher. In my kitchen I toast my bread in a air-fryer.

the things in my kitchen i use are fridge, saucepan, frying pan, bin, sponge, sink and so on. But i don't have an oven, toaster or microwave. I want to has an oven to make a pizza or cake. i also wanna a dishwasher to wash without sponge and save a lot of time.

Actually I use all tools in my kitchen, sink, sponge and water to wish dishes, fruit and vegetables, oven to make bread, pizza and fish with potato, microwave to get a hot meal in two minutes, freezer to keep food freezing, fridge to keep food cold also pan and saucepan on cooker to make delicious soup and meals.

What things do you use the most in your kitchen? The things I use most in my kitchen are the cooker, the saucepan, the frying pan, the fridge, the freezer, the microwave, the bin and the sink because unfortunately I haven´t got a dishwasher.

Is it correct this text?

The things in the kitchen i usually use are fridge, sink, saucepan, frying pan, bin.
Some things which are not in the list in my kitchen are knife, stove, spoon, chopboar...etc

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