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English Conversation Practice - Food Tastes and Textures
English Conversation Practice - Food Tastes and Textures

With Learn Real English today, we will learn about food taste and their textures. This is very common in daily English conversation. Some of the vocabulary used in this video includes chewy, fluffy, sour, garlicky, sweet, sticky, crunchy, slimy, juicy, salty, greasy creamy and watery.


English Conversation Practice - Food Tastes and Textures


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Slimy, sticky, fluffy? Watch this video to learn important vocabulary words which will help you talk about food tastes and textures.

This video will help English language students and teachers explain or describe food tastes and textures. The video uses pictures or photos so viewers can easily see the different words we use to talk about food tastes and textures. Some of the vocabulary used in this video includes chewy, fluffy, sour, garlicky, sweet, sticky, crunchy, slimy, juicy, salty, greasy creamy and watery.

These vocabulary words appear on page 86 of the textbook A Single Step to English Communication. Watching this video will help English language students and teachers better understand how to say many of the key vocabulary words people use to describe foods. By being able to explain food tastes and textures, language learners will sound more natural and fluent when speaking English.

Written by : Learn from real English Team

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