Weekly Vocab #1.1.8 (repost #1)
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Friday, October 20, 2006, 4:07|
Last posted: May 17th, 2002
> From: Aidan Grey <grey@...>
> brought to you by
> B for bakery
> number agreement (or not).
> 1. bread
> I would like 4 loaves of bread, please.
> 2. flour
> This bread is made with 7 cups of flour.
> (obviously, convert this to your native measuring system.)
> 3. glaze (n or v)
> This delicious-looking loaf is glazed with honey/has a honey glaze.
> 4. muffin
> They have 42 kinds of sweet muffins.
> 5. bakery
> My favorite bakery is 4 streets over.
> 6. oven
> The bakery is very busy - we have to use all 8 ovens constantly.
> 7. bake
> That bread is baked, but those 3 over there are fried.
> 8. cost / price
> How much do those 6 loaves cost?
> 9. unusual
> This is an unusual recipe for bread - it has very little flour!
> 10. holiday
> I want to order 9 holiday loaves. What will the cost be?
> Enjoy the bready goodness!
Bonus Vocab from WordNet:
This is randomly selected automatically, so in case it offends you
or you disagree, please either ignore or be inspired to make up
different words and/or phrases:
- chamberlain, n.
the treasurer of a municipal corporation
- trim, v.
adjust (sails on a ship) so that the wind is optimally used
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