Hey friends, are you ok? How about learning a little bit more Brazilian Portuguese? Today we will learn about what we use in the kitchen in Portuguese.
Vocabulary for the kitchen in Portuguese
|O vaso de plantas||Vase for plants|
|A escumadeira e a concha||Skimmer and ladle|
|A pia da cozinha||Sink|
|O balcão da pia||Sink counter|
|A mesa da cozinha||Kitchen table|
|A toalha de mesa||Tablecloth|
|A fruteira||Fruit bowl|
Now it’s time to practice your pronunciation. Listen to the audio below and repeat the words after us to practice your pronunciation.
If you want to learn how to cook in Portuguese, come to our Brazilian cooking class! Check out our students learning how to cook Brazilian food here.
Now, let’s see some structures using the items of the kitchen:
Examples for the kitchen in Portuguese
1 – As pessoas entram na cozinha pela porta.
1 – The people enter the cozinha through the door.
2 – Há um vaso de flores na janela da cozinha.
2 – There is a vase of flowers on the kitchen window.
3 – Há garrafas na cozinha.
3 – There are some bottes in he kitchen.
4 – Usamos a escumadeira e a concha para pegar a comida.
4 – We use the skimmer and the ladle for removing food (from the pan).
5 – Eu bebo água no copo.
5 – I drink water from a glass.
6 – Devemos lavar os alimentos na pia da cozinha.
6 – We should wash the food in the kitchen sink.
7 – O copo está no balcão da pia.
7 – The glass is on the sink counter.
8 – A panela está no fogão.
8 – The pan is on the stove.
9 – Há uma chaleira e uma xícara em cima da mesa da cozinha.
9 – There is a Kettle and a cup on the kitchen table.
10 – A toalha de mesa da cozinha é azul.
10 – The kitchen table cloth is blue.
11 – A água gelada está na geladeira.
11 – The chilled water is in the fridge.
12 – As frutas estão na fruteira.
12 – The fruit is in the fruit bowl.
Now it’s your turn!
Describe how your kitchen is! What does it have? What do you want to buy? Quick tip: to answer this you’ll have to use the verbs ter and ser. Did you know that we have a kitchen in our Portuguese language school too?
Don’t leave quite yet. We still have one more exercise for you to practice. Have a go at this quick quiz and tell us what do you see in the pictures:
How was it, folks? Are you ready to talk about your kitchen in Portuguese?
Now, we know one more part of our house, with the vocabulary and examples to describe a kitchen in Portuguese!
Hugs and kisses from Rio & Learn.