Spanish Phrases for use in the Kitchen
Listen To Spanish Phrases For In The Kitchen
The kitchen is the most popular room in the house. Everyone spends a lot of time in the kitchen and there are a lot of special words and phrases that are used in the kitchen. This page will give you some examples of sentences and phrases that would be spoken in a kitchen.
By studying and listening to the phrases here you'll learn to say things like what to set the oven at,
Spanish phrases to use in the Kitchen
Listed here are some typical phrases you would hear and use in a kitchen setting. Many common kitchen items are mentioned in the phrases that follow.
- ¿En cual temperatura se necesita poner el horno?
- At what temperature does the oven need to be set?
- The word cual can be used to say at which or at what.
- Mezcla todo los ingredientes en un traste.
- Mix all the ingredients in a bowl.
- This is a sentence of instruction that you might typically find in a Spanish recipe.
- La leche esta en el refigerador.
- The milk is in the refrigerator.
- If you ask someone where is the milk, this is the answer you are likely to recieve.
- Despues de la cena lave los trastes.
- After dinner I washed the dishes.
- This is just a good practice sentence when you want to talk about the order in which 2 events take place.
- La maquina de lavar trastes esta llena y lista para usar.
- The dishwasher is full and ready to run.
- La maquina is a feminine noun so it has 2 feminine adjectives.
- Prendi la estufa para cocinar la pasta.
- I turned on the stove to cook the pasta.
- Here is an action that has a reason attached to it. This shows you how to say what was done and also why it was done.
- ¿Donde esta el horno de micro-hondas?
- Where is the microwave oven?
- An example of how to ask where something is.
- Por favor, recuerda a desconectar la cafetera despues de usarlo.
- Please remember to disconnect the coffee maker after using it.
- Here's an example of expressing a word of caution in Spanish.
- El pan acaba de salir del tostador.
- The bread just came out of the toaster.
- In the above sentence, acaba de followed by an infinitive form of a verb is a great way to state that something has just happened or something has just taken place.
- La receta pide dos tazas de azucar.
- The recipe calls for 2 cups of sugar.
- Another phrase you might see in a recipe.
- Los trastes estan listos para secar.
- The dishes are ready to be dried.
- Straightforward sentence describing the trastes -- notice how all of the first four words are in a plural form.
- Nesecito un tenedor.
- I need a fork.
- Say what you need...
- Pon la mantequilla en el sarten.
- Put some butter in the frying pan.
- Listen carefully to the audio to get the pronunciation just right -- sometimes you'll use this phrase on the phone before you go to the store.
- La comida dura 45 minutos para preparar.
- The meal takes 45 minutes to prepare.
- Tell someone how long it will take.