If you “prepare something,” prepare something quickly to eat. Wasn`t there a TV show, one of those reality shows, where contestants have to use everything they can find in the kitchen to prepare a sophisticated meal in about 20 minutes? The whole show was based on the participants` ability to evoke something in a short period of time. Can you mention a cake? Not really. It`s too much effort. Can you mention a sandwich? I would also say “no”. Whipping means you need to mix the ingredients. Making a sandwich is not sophisticated enough. If you can understand this program, you might be ready to speed things up a bit with Plain English Plus+. As a member of Plain English Plus+, you can listen to a quick version of this show. Many members listen to both – they first listen to the slow version to understand the subject; Then they listen to the quick version to see how it sounds at full speed. I know some of you are speeding up this program on your podcast player, but if you`re really serious about improving your listening, there`s no replacement for the full-speed version. And of course, you have the transcript at your disposal – and Plus+ transcripts include our instant translations into seven languages.
So what are you waiting for? If you want to speed things up, come see us in PlainEnglish.com/Plus. Get ready quickly as I can easily prepare lunch. This use was first recorded in 1611. Newspaper articles fuel fears of higher taxes. We come to our American Thanksgiving holiday – they already had theirs in Canada – but at Thanksgiving we prepare a huge meal with a turkey and lots of side dishes, vegetables, potatoes, stuffing, sauce, lots of things on the table. You can`t just talk about a Thanksgiving dinner! You need to plan it in advance and cook all day. Today`s culinary expression is “whipped”. Whipping means preparing a meal or something to eat quickly.
I`ll just prepare something quickly – that means you`re just going to prepare something quickly, usually with what you have in the house. What kind of food can you prepare? You can prepare pasta. You can prepare an omelet. You can prepare a salad. You can use it in a general sense. What are we going to eat for dinner tonight? “I don`t know,” you might reply. “I`m going to whip something.” This usually means making something out of the ingredients you have. JR can concoct something in the kitchen. A few tomatoes, chilies, garlic, a tortilla, a kind of chicken – in 20 minutes he can prepare a good Mexican meal, no problem.
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Here is the quote: “A great introduction to cultures is their cuisine. It reflects not only their development, but also their beliefs and traditions. Vikas Khanna has a great story – he is now the host of MasterChef India, a TV show there. If you`re a foodie, he has a delicious Instagram account. And he produced a film called “The Last Color,” so he jumps from one art to another. Here is the quote again: A great introduction to cultures is their cuisine. It reflects not only their development, but also their beliefs and traditions. In fact. Find the answers online with Practical English Usage, your go-to guide to problems in English. Kickstarter is a startup platform that seems to have recognized the danger. “I think for trans men who go out every time they meet, they have a different coming out,” Sandler said.
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