Food & Drinks in English

Food & Drinks in English 2017-07-03T14:26:54+00:00

Food and drinks are a recurring talking point, not only while eating out on vacation. So let’s learn the most common words and phrases related to this topic.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning English“.

Food & Drinks in English

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Basic Food & Spices

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
bread
breads
roll
rolls
butter
cheese
honey
jam
jams
egg
eggs
noodles
rice
yoghurt
yoghurts
sugar
salt
pepper
spice
spices
oil
oils

Basic Words & Phrases

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
(to) eat
food
foods
(to) drink
drink
drinks
hungry
hunger
thirsty
thirst
(to) cook
(to) taste
tasty
delicious
Bon appetit!
Enjoy your meal!

Cheers!
To your health!

breakfast
breakfasts
lunch
lunches
dinner
dinners
restaurant
restaurants
bar
bars
café
cafés

Dishes

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
soup
soups
salad
salads
french fries
chips

Dishes & Cutlery

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
cutlery
fork
forks
spoon
spoons
knife
knives
plate
plates
glass
glasses
cup
cups
mug
mugs

Drinks

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
water
mineral water
soda water
sparkling water

still water
juice
juices
beer
beers
wine
wines
champagne
champagnes
cocktail
cocktails
milk
cocoa
coffee
coffees
tea
teas

Flavors

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
sweet
sour
spicy
salty
bitter

Fruit & Vegetables

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
fruit
vegetables
apple
apples
orange
oranges
strawberry
strawberries
banana
bananas
potato
potatoes
cucumber
cucumbers

Meat & Sausages

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
meat
sausage
sausages
small sausage
small sausages
ham
hams
chicken
chicken
fish
fish
beef
lamb

Sweets

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
chocolate
pie
pies
cake
cakes
biscuit
biscuits
icecream

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