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Daily Use English Sentences

 

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"Daily Use English Sentences:
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[Series Name: 'English Daily Use' | Book No: 26]

 

 

This Book Covers The Following Topics:

 

English Sentences -- KITCHEN
English Sentences -- TWO-WHEELER
English Sentences -- BUSINESS
English Sentences -- COURT
English Sentences -- CRIME
English Sentences -- ACTIONS
English Sentences -- TIME
English Sentences -- POLITE EXPRESSIONS
English Sentences -- PHONE
English Sentences -- PASSING AWAY
English Sentences -- MEDICAL
English Sentences -- POLITICS
English Sentences -- NATURAL DISASTER
English Sentences -- WEATHER
English Sentences -- FIRE
English Sentences -- MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS

 

Sample This:

 

Part - 01 – 

Daily Use English Sentences -- KITCHEN

ADD

Add cauliflower.

Add cumin seeds. When crackling, add red chilies.

Add peas and mix well. Add remaining water. Stir once.

Gradually add half cup water to coriander and cumin powder, blending into a smooth paste.

 

BEAT

Beat together curd, milk and condensed milk till well blended.

 

BOIL

Boil water with seven basil leaves till the water turns dark.

Boil one cup of water. Add cheese cubes into it until they melt properly.

Boil vegetable until it is partly cooked.

 

BRING

Bring the sauce to simmer.

Bring the cooker to full pressure.

Bring to full pressure on high heat.

Bring to boil on high heat.

In a pan bring milk to boil.

 

CHILL

Cover and chill well.

 

COAT

Coat the prawns in enough corn flour and dip in beaten egg white.

 

COLOUR’

Fry till pale brown.

Fry to a golden brown.

The mutton has been browned.

Cut cheese into cubes and fried to a golden brown.

Fry till rice turn opaque.

It starts turning pink. It turns pinkish brown.

Heat oil and butter together till smoky.

 

COOK

Cook for about 2 minutes.

Cook for less time rather than more.

Cook vegetables in minimum oil.

Cook dish over medium-high heat on both sides.

What dishes are cooked today?

Cook till gravy is slightly thickened.

Cook till liquid dries up.

Cook without a lid on for 10 minutes before adding 100 gm each of diced carrots and onions.

His servants cooked the tastiest food possible.

Cooking process is barely a few minutes.

Overcooking ruins the taste.

Hours of open pot cooking are just reduced to mere minutes in pressure cooker.

Slow down or speed up cooking by either cutting the vegetables thickly or thinly.

Indian cooking makes liberal use of coconut.

Art of cooking lies in the selection and combination of spices rather than their quantity.

Mention of cooking makes one think of rich aromatic foods.

 

CRUSH

Crush food into a soft mass.

 

CUT

Cut potatoes into four pieces each lengthwise.

Cut square pieces of sweets.

Cut the mango into slices.

Cut as desired or as per recipe requirement.

Cut the loaf into thick slices.

Cut the tomatoes in half.

Cut in halves.

With a sharp knife, cut away peel.

 

DESEED

Deseed the cherries over a bowl so the juice is not wasted.

 

DIVIDE

Divide onion into two batches.

 

DRAIN

Drain off cooking liquid and reserve.

Drain off excess oil leaving one cup in cooker.

Drain the water.

 

DROP

Drop the cherries into the bowl, seeds and stems into a large pan.

 

DRY

Drain the water. Dry potatoes by shaking pan over low heat.

Dry it before use.

The dry chicken tastes best with chapattis while curry type goes well with rice.

 

DUMP

They dumped mango half-eaten.

 

EMPTY

Empty the plate on to the designated slab.

 

FLICK

Flick rice gently with fork to separate grains.

 

FRY

Fry it on both sides.

In many dishes, frying before pressure-cooking is essential.

Fry one cup vermicelli in a small quantity of butter till light brown.

Boil 6 cups of milk and cook the fried vermicelli in it.

 

GRIND

Grind ginger into paste.

Grind together ginger and garlic into a paste.

Grind together cloves and cinnamon into a powder.

Prefer to use whole spices and grind them fresh each time in a blender.

 

GROUP

Group onion into 2 batches.

 

HEAT

For tempering, heat oil in cooker for about 2 minutes.

Heat 2 tablespoon oil in a pan for about 1 minute.

Heat 3 spoons of water in a non-stick pan.

Heat in skillet over low heat with two tablespoons oil.

Heat up a pressure cooker.

How much heat? High, low, medium

Set the microwave to a low/high/medium heat

Reduce heat and cook for 3 minutes.

Reduce heat from high to medium (or low).

Turn off heat.

Return the pan to heat and stir for a few minutes.

 

KNEAD

Knead with the heel of the hand.

 

LADLE

She ladled out two scoopfuls to each.

She studied him thoughtfully, ladling steaming rice on his plate.

 

MASH

Mash beans with back of a ladle till gravy is creamy.

This soup is a mash of different vegetables.

 

MELT

Melt the butter in a heavy saucepan.

 

MIX

Mix well till chickpeas are evenly coated with spices.

 

MOVE

Move and turn gently with a spoon until all sides of bread cubes are lightly coated with oil and are browned.

 

PASS

Pass this mixture through a sieve with big holes.

 

PEEL

Peel away the layer.

Peel and section grapefruits.

Peel the beets, discard the skins.

Peel the hard outer skin and expose the inner soft core.

He peeled fruit.

 

PLACE

Place cooker [with milk] on high heat.

Place muslin cloth over bowl.

Place water as indicated in each recipe.

 

POUR

Pour curdled milk into muslin and strain.

 

PRESS

 Press with hand to make it tight.

 

PRICK

Prick chicken pieces all over with fork.

 

PUT

Put carrots and milk into cooker.

Put the knife away.

Put the utensils back on the shelf.

 

REMOVE

Remove cooker from heat. Allow to cool naturally.

Remove lid.

Remove vent weight.

 

ROAST

Roast in a heavy bottom pan on a low flame.

Lightly roast all ingredients on a griddle.

To roast, place spices in a small heavy skillet on medium heat.

 

ROLL

Roll over the shredded wanton sheets.

 

SCRUB

Scrub the unpeeled beets.

 

SEPARATE

Separate into pieces with a spoon.

 

SERVE

Serve hot.

It should be served cold

Pour the sauce over the pasta and serve immediately.

Serve him a delicious dinner.

 

SET

Set fruit in refrigerator to chill.

Set the temperature of the oven at 180 degrees.

 

SIMMER

Continue simmering until the potato is tender.

Partially cover and simmer for about 20 minutes until thickened.

Simmer the soup for a few minutes then remove from heat.

Simmer for three hours or until very tender.

 

SOAK

If you are using vegetables that have already lost moisture, pre-soak them in cold water for a few minutes.

 

SPRINKLE

Sprinkle over with some lemon juice, white pepper powder.

 

SPROUT

Sprout one teaspoon of gram seeds overnight in a moist cloth.

 

STEAM

Steam the vegetables.

Steaming pulses spilled on his hand.

She served me steaming hot milk.

 

STIR

Stir and fry for 2 minutes.

Stir and fry until curd is well blended.

Stir briskly so that no lumps are formed.

Stir continuously until the spices darken by a few shades and give out their distinct aromas.

Stir-fry for some time.

 

STRAIN

Strain the liquid into another large pan.

 

TEMPER

For tempering, heat oil in cooker.

 

TOSS

Toss the pasta in melted butter.

Toss slices very gently to coat with juice.

Sprinkle salt over the salad and toss well.

 

TRANSFER

Transfer it to a bowl.

 

WASH

This item should be washed and wiped dry before cooking.

Wash and wipe dry cooker.

Wash the salad leaves and tear the leaves with hands.

Wash them, cut them vertically down. Don’t forget to discard the stalk and de-seed it.

He ate cucumber unwashed.

 

Note:  Combinations

Add cauliflower. Stir and fry for 2 minutes, ending with cauliflower stump down.

Heat 3 spoons of water in a non-stick pan. Pour in one beaten egg and allow to sit in the pan before scooping it up with a spoon.

 

Miscellaneous

Check on salt intake.

Flavour remained intact.

Taste will remain unspoiled.

I will have my dinner out today.

I have just sat down to have my meals.

Do the dishes (and clothing).

Curd is also ready.

What all can I eat?

Anything to eat besides!

Keep the dish aside.

How long in the pan?

Soup spoons stopped half way to the lips.

The guests had their fill and had a merry chitchat.

Have a hearty meal.

Have a light breakfast.

Cut down on sugar and salt.

Pass me the salt, please.

Slip a hot egg whole into your mouth.

Whisk the egg and add the flour.

Cinnamon conceals the smell of eggs.

 

Six Taste:  Astringent, Bitter, Pungent, Salty, Sour, Sweet

Astringent -- Having slightly bitter but fresh taste

Bitter -- Having a strong, unpleasant taste.

Pungent -- Having a strong taste (may be good or bad)

Salty -- Tasting as if contains a lot of salt

Sour -- Tasting as if contains a lemon

Sweet -- Tasting as if contains a lot of sugar   

 

END OF THE SAMPLE

 

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