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    Learn English > English lessons & exercises > In your kitchen > Stats updated every 4 hours
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    Exercise "In your kitchen", created by bridg (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 28 639 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 47.5 / 100 Share


    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): ploplo / SWITZERLAND, on Wednesday 21 February - 17:36:
    "!! Thanks a lot for the exercise !!"


    They got a perfect mark


    Stats (12161 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 64.6 %
    {7014.jpg} An appliance, cabinet for storing food or other substances at a low temperature *

    Question 2 passed: 61.6 %
    {7015.jpg} A machine to wash dishes. *

    Question 3 passed: 29.7 %
    {7018.jpg} An appliance in which electricity or a gas is used to furnish heat, for cooking *

    Question 4 passed: 60 %
    {7019.jpg} Oven with electromagnetic wave to cook or heat food. *

    Question 5 passed: 42 %
    {7016.jpg} It generally has faucets that supply hot and cold water. *

    Question 6 passed: 58.9 %
    {7017.jpg} A piece of furniture supported by one or more vertical legs and having a flat horizontal surface *

    Question 7 passed: 41.4 %
    {7020.jpg} An electrical appliance with whirling blades for chopping, mixing, or liquefying foods. *

    Question 8 passed: 50.7 %
    {7021.jpg} An appliance used to brew coffee. *

    Question 9 passed: 25.4 %
    {7022.jpg} A bowl-shaped kitchen utensil with perforations for draining off liquids and rinsing food. *

    Question 10 passed: 39.1 %
    {7025.jpg} A shallow, long-handled pan used for frying food. *

    Question 11 passed: 27.3 %
    {7030.jpg} A metal pot with a handle used to cook some soups. *

    Question 12 passed: 33.9 %
    {7029.jpg} An airtight metal pot that uses steam under pressure at high temperature to cook food quickly. *

    Question 13 passed: 25.3 %
    {7032.jpg} A pan used for stewing which contains a basket. *

    Question 14 passed: 30.4 %
    {7026.jpg} Beats egg whites and whips cream effortlessly to soft, billowy peaks. *

    Question 15 passed: 33.5 %
    {7027.jpg} A culinary tool for grinding (finely shredding into bits) meat. *

    Question 16 passed: 46.4 %
    {7031.jpg} A small appliance that uses heat to brown and harden bread. *

    Question 17 passed: 39.1 %
    {7033.jpg} A covered pot with a spout in which tea is steeped and from which it is served *

    Question 18 passed: 32.3 %
    {7023.jpg} Plates, glasses used for serving food or drink. *

    Question 19 passed: 78.7 %
    {7024.jpg} Utensils such as knives, forks, and spoons used as tableware.*

    Question 20 passed: 34.8 %
    {7034.jpg} A spoon shaped vessel with a long handle used to transfer liquids. *

    Question 21 passed: 40.3 %
    {7035.jpg} A small implement having a broad, flat, flexible blade that is used to mix, spread, or lift material. *

    Question 22 passed: 23.2 %
    {7036.jpg} A kitchen utensil, usually in the form of stiff, thin wire loops attached to a handle, used for whipping foodstuffs.*

    Question 23 passed: 34.5 %
    {7037.jpg} A smooth cylinder, usually with a handle at each end and often made of wood, used for rolling out dough. *

    Question 24 passed: 28.5 %
    {7039.jpg} An instrument for weighing. *

    Question 25 passed: 43.2 %
    {7038.jpg} A disposable towel made of absorbent paper. *

    Question 26 passed: 24.4 %
    {7040.jpg} It can protect the hands against heat for short periods of time. *


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