#EngGame #EngPic #EngVocab: cooking instructions

Hello, fellas. How are you? Who celebrated Islamic New Year today or perhaps last night? Did you do anything interesting? :)

Whatever you did today, make sure you end it with participating in our today’s #EngGame. If you love cooking, then you should! :D

Today’s #EngGame category: cooking instruction. I’ll give you pictures of cooking instructions & you have to guess the verbs (V1/V-ing). :)

Before we start, here’s an example. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

boiled-egg1

@Putrindhw: boil…”

QUESTIONS

1. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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2. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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3. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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4. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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5. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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6. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

cheese-grating

7. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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8. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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9. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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10. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

6-add-salt

11. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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12. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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13. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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14. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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15. What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

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16.  What is the cooking verb described in this picture?

8-chopped-garlic

 

ANSWERS

  1. fry.
  2. bake.
  3. cut.
  4. grill.
  5. peel.
  6. grate.
  7. whisk.
  8. slice.
  9. stir-fry.
  10. add.
  11. drain.
  12. stir.
  13. steam.
  14. knead.
  15. pour.
  16. chop.

All pictures are taken from Google Images. Drag and drop an image to search for its source.

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on November 5, 2013

 

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