In the Kitchen (listening comprehension, kitchen vocabulary)


Watch the video and fill the gaps in the text with the following words. The answers are below:

microwave, fridge, kettle, tins, freezer, oven, cupboards, cups, draw, toaster, bowls

Hi there. My favourite room in the house is probably the kitchen. I love cooking! Most kitchens have various electrical appliances like a __________ for keeping food cool and a ________ for storing fresh food for a long time, and to make ice. I have an electric_______ and hob. And two things that no British or American kitchen could do without are a _________, for boiling water to make tea, and a ________. The English eat lots of toast, and not just for breakfast! Oh, and most of us have a _________ oven for warming food up quickly. It’s very practical! I have _______ where I keep _______ of food as well as dishes, _______, glasses and ________. I keep my cutlery, you know, knives, forks and spoons in a ________. What things do you have in your kitchen? Do you know the English words for them? Why not make a list of words that you don’t know and look them up in a dictionary? See you soon!

microwave = micro-ondes
fridge = frigo
kettle = bouilloir
tins = boite (de conserve)
freezer = congelateur
oven = four
cupboards = placards
cups = tasses
draw = tiroir
toaster = grille-pain
bowls = bols

Hi there. My favourite room in the house is probably the kitchen. I love cooking! Most kitchens have various electrical appliances like a fridge for keeping food cool and a freezer for storing fresh food for a long time, and to make ice. I have an electric oven and hob. And two things that no British or American kitchen could do without are a kettle, for boiling water to make tea, and a toaster. The English eat lots of toast, and not just for breakfast! Oh, and most of us have a microwave oven for warming food up quickly. It’s very practical! I have cupboards where I keep tins of food as well as dishes, cups, glasses and bowls. I keep my cutlery, you know, knives, forks and spoons in a draw. What things do you have in your kitchen? Do you know the English words for them? Why not make a list of words that you don’t know and look them up in a dictionary? See you soon!