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  • Today were going to learn how to cook in English. That's right! We're going to learn how to

  • chop like Jamie Oliver, how to season like Gordon Ramsey and how to grill like Mary Berry.

  • But before we do, I'd like to say a big thank you to the good people at Skillshare for helping

  • to sponsor this video. Now you guys know I'm passionate about learning and I think it's

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  • I've been watching a lot of the cooking videos on Skillshare

  • and I've learned loads about cooking. So I

  • wanted today to teach you guys verbs that you need to know if you want to cook in English.

  • So let's get right to number one. Peel. I'm peeling a carrot. Chop. I'm chopping a carrot.

  • Dice. I'm dicing an onion. Deseed. I'm deseeding a pepper. Slice. I'm slicing a loaf of bread.

  • Spread. I'm spreading butter onto the bread. Grate. I'm grating some cheese. I've been

  • learning how to cook with Skillshare and they've taught me how to chop, to slice and to bake

  • like a pro. As I said before Skillshare is an online learning platform with thousands

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  • natural everyday English. Secondly you'll get to expand your vocabulary with a wide

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  • and your interests so if you love cooking then their cooking videos are perfect for

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  • start learning with Skillshare. Pour. I'm pouring a drink. Simmer. The water is simmering.

  • Boil. I'm boiling an egg. Stir. I'm stirring the water. Season. I'm seasoning the chicken.

  • Fry. I'm frying some chicken. Taste. I'm tasting some chicken. Serve. I'm serving the food.

  • Guys, how was that? Did you enjoy that? Did you know all twenty cooking verbs? Are there

  • any others that you can share in the comments below so that we can learn English together?

  • Let me know.

  • As always guys, go check out my Instagram account. I put daily English content on there.

  • On my Instagram stories, also of course on Facebook. I've got new videos every Tuesday

  • and every Friday helping you take your English to the next level. Make sure you hit that

  • subscribe button and that like button but until next time guys this is Tom, the Chief

  • Dreamer, saying goodbye.

Today were going to learn how to cook in English. That's right! We're going to learn how to


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如何用英語烹飪 (How to COOK in ENGLISH)

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