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Useful vocabulary lesson for those interesting in cooking. I used to be, but to tell the truth is time consuming.

Thanks

Regino

    mmm…mmm…making mistakes as usual…

    “Useful vocabulary lesson for those interestED in cooking. I used to be, but to tell the truth IT’S a time-consuming” activity.”

    Regino

      But this recipe is not very time-consuming. It took only 15-20 minutes.

      KoshkaBestiya

        Yep! You’re right. But this is the exception that proves the rule.

        Have an enjoyable weekend!

        Regino

          Yes, it’s true. ^_^ The most delicious dishes require much time. To be honest, that’s why I don’t like cooking. :-) You have to spend much time and then this meal will be eaten and disappear like it never exists. You feel like you’ve spent this time for nothing. ^_^ So I think it’s good only for people who have fun cooking, who likes to cook or make dishes.
          Thank you for good wishing. My weekend was really enjoyable. I think it’s too late to wish you the same, because this weekend is over, so I’ll wish you a good day tomorrow. ^-^

          KoshkaBestiya

Youtube says that the video is private. hehehe

Caio

    Because there are man and woman and heart-shaped thing for cooking in it. ^__^

    KoshkaBestiya

Private video, WTF?!?

Leandro Piani

This video is private :-/

Leon BS

First, thanks
Second, I would like to say this new method is very interesting and innovative. I like it.
Finally, teachers all around the world are nice people like you. So thanks again.

vreza

Thanks! Very helpful, teacher

Joao Victor

I like this video.
It is very useful.
Thank U

gdyes88

Thank you for posting of real life’s video.

Jahangir Alam

got 10/10….cool!!!

Glenda1130

it takes 10 to 15 minutes to cook spaghetti? Are you serious? It’s a crime! No more then 9-10 minutes! Believe me, I’m italian

mescal

than….sorry. not then

mescal

Great video, thank you very much! My wife also likes to add different herbs in dishes :)

camovoz

great video,thank you,it is very useful.

orchid-lan

Ben, you are a fantastic teacher but today we learnt how to massacre a holy italian recipe! Creme fraiche…why??????? No olive oil….why???? Coriander….why? No parmigiano reggiano…why??

mescal

    Don’t worry, people visit Italy for tasty food, not the UK. ;)
    About the boiling time: they probably use that kind of pasta containing eggs, instead of the much better (and healthier) pasta made of pure durum wheat. The egg-wheat pasta is popular in my country too (unfortunately) and needs more boiling time.

    bencebacsi

      Hi bencebacsi, actually Ben and his friend use normal pasta, not the one with eggs. Usually pasta “all’uovo” (with eggs into the dough) like FETTUCCINE has cooking time shorter than normal pasta. No more than 5 minutes. Fettuccine al ragù (meat sauce) are awesome if
      not cooked by Ben’s friend….;))

      mescal

i like the test, really it helped me so much, it showed me what i have been mislearned. could any of you guys help me to know if it’s correct that word i used above (mislearned)……. words that cheated me ;)

Tawfiiq

Good cooking video lesson. Thank you Benjamin :)

Happy04

That’s very important to one that want to live abroad.I am waiting for a vegetarian dish.

Bergvolk

Nice lesson! thanks

flewflinx

Thank you very much

Alaa Taha

beautiful lesson and fantastic teacher but “gli spaghetti alla bolognese” are another thing

fapakit

Thank you Benjamin.

hugowu

Benjamin, thanks a lot for a live lesson. Who’s that lovely smiling lady? Make more live lessons, it could be your thing!

zurao

Thanks for the lesson Benji,
It’s very nice to see a young couple teaching English together.

shadow

10/10

Khaleed

I don’t like the way this guys talk.. it is confusing.

karl0z

    But we enjoyed of this lesson

    Hasib Nasir

Mescal, I must confess we Spanish people (or my family and friends, that’s sure) boil the spaghettis too long (over 10 or more)and finally most people clear them with fresh water (why? we don’t know, but we do. I understand an Italian was horrified. Sorry. The truth is the best pasta and the best pizza and the best ice cream I’ve ever ate in my life are Italian’s.
Benjamin and company: very good job! I’m delighted for the fun lesson. Thank you very much!

cristina

A great method to teaching !! Congratulations!

locke

It’s been a beautiful lesson!!! very useful for those who want to work in the restaurant. In italy, the sauce of Bolognese is a little different but i’d like to taste your sauce, too ;)

Flavio90

Now I that I could watch the video, I would like to thank you guys for this awesome video! These following words are new to me: Stir (stirring), hob, sieve, drawer, dollop, season (seasoning the food).

I would like to watch more videos like these, if possible. Again, thanks for taking your time and teaching us! :)

Caio

Great l!!! But, careful with her hair, it must fall in the frying pan. Congratulations for the amazing job!!

Adriano1986

The video is nice and clear and is really helpful. Thank you.

tneemia

Lesson was perfect as always! But please! Spaghetti alla Bolognese are very very different :)

IIUK

i like the way that you teach thanks

lalazhirou

Very nice lesson! 9/10.

Danddan

Very good tool to improve our listening…!

HERNANCA

Thanks a lot for the good topic))

sashadana

Thank you

Noraddeen

What a lovely couple! Congrats!

carlos 2138

Thanks, for teaching me.
I like so much!!!

Wagner1

Thank you both, Benjamin and mate, for this lesson. This kind of contextual teaching seems to help to talk about new concepts on the run – it is very interesting.

This kind of food is prepared here using much tomato salce, with onions and herbs.

Fabio Cicerre

waooo muy bueno aprendí varias palabras nuevas. me gusta esta forma de aprender es mas fácil para nosotros que aprendemos el ingles como segunda lengua.

amilcar23c

You are so awsome!!!! .I love your video, your method is innovative and funny.
Congratulations, and thanks again for the excellent video.
About the dish, mmmm… it doesn’t matter if it is or not the exact recipe, so just have fun and learn….

delfinmaya

wow i can do 10/10 ,m i

warwut

Thank you very much

habibov

Thanks for both of you, it’s a very necessary lesson for every English learners. I have got 90 score out of 10 questions, it shows that I have 10 % learned this lesson.
Have a nice day,
Hasib, Kabul, Afghanistan

Hasib Nasir

    90%

    Hasib Nasir

Pretty well! I’m already waiting for another one, about vegetarian food!
thanks
90%

Arthur

Fortunately this is an English lesson!

byte

this kind of vocabulary are so interesting for student thanks

Mohammed Rasul

I have learned a lot of words from this video, thank you the video is great

rouak

awesome! Great real lession. Thanks teacher. it reminded me a lot of vocabulary that I was not often used in everyday communication.

duongtranvn

Oh, you are so nice that even your spaghetti are acceptable…!! I like your lessons a lot. Thank you

damon66

great video, I din´t know many words of the vocabulary, thanks

amontero22

It’s useful method to learn . I got 100 . I like your beatiful friend
You should teach together . You are great pair to teach

Manolya

Thank you. Really, this video is a better way to learn vocabulary and listen the pronunciation.

Coarma

Very good lesson, thanks.

adalberto75

Excelent lesson! Congratulations to the theachers!

Learshi

Thanks, Benjamin. I have watched the video for three times because I would like to remember all vocabularies in this lesson.

noneego

Hi,I’m brazilian and I love your videos!
I would like to see the video “Speak English like James Bond”, but it is protected… :(

GCM07

I loved the new class, this modern version in an environment of our day to day. Congratulations to all the team involved in this project. I’ll make some videos of these in Brazil to teach Portuguese! … Lol … just kidding …

eianicelli

so useful.. Thanks for the video Benjamin.

kumz sek

I think a thing at 2.59 is not a sieve. It’s a colander. ^-^
Thank you for useful and interesting lesson, Benji.. sorry, Benjamin. ^_^ Your girlfriend is very cute. Or she is not your girlfriend? But she has a heart-shaped saucepan. It’s a gentle hint.

KoshkaBestiya

great lesson!
Thanks!

Jesus bless you all!
:D

tiagoamericoo

Thank you for your lesson

Ukrit

I just loved this new method of explaining vocabulary.You both explained it very well.I think it is effective way of making difficult things easier to understand and remember.Thanks a million for this video Benjamin.

TEJALKK

very thankful to the website and its inventors..

cyril j padiyathu

Hello, first I would like to thank all of you” Engvid staff”… you have been really helpful..I just got my IELTS result..I got 6.5 .. I am not surprised because I was expecting this good result thanks to your help & support…I wish you all good luck. :)

asmaasaad14

8/10 my mistakes. First ,avoid to garlic burn, not fry the garlic. Second, Creme fraiche, more healthier than Creme, not, Creme fresh.
About the recipe, in fact it looks yummy.

Jorge Pedroso

thanks a lot

zezo ali

Thank you so much for teaching us in real life video/lesson. this is so great :) and if it possible I would like to watch more video teaching like this. ( common situation ,everyday life situation )

czech

    and Thanks again for the test !! I got 10/10 ^^

    czech

thanks Benjamin… great idea for teaching vocabulary.this real teaching method is really useful.
than you.

Dado

Very useful for beginners. Thank you Benjamin.

quang20082008

i learn so many thing from this video, thank you to both of you.

Tanmay

friends be added to demon_idc Skype

we will try to talk with each other

demonidc

It’s a very nice lesson thanks !!!

Buluk

I confess that I love cooking but not food I love cooking desserts, like cakes, pies, puddings, etc. It was a brilliant and so real lesson. Congrats Benjamin, to your great cook friend and your guests who were recording your lesson and a delicious recipe and of course, at the end they were hungry!!!

teachermls

Hi. Usefull lesson, but we never put chorrizo in the actual recipe of spaghetti bolognese but ground beef! You made an other recipe, probably pretty good: we could call it the spanish spaghetti, you know!
It was my second lesson with you, 2 times 10/10!
Thanks.

Silverback49

10/10 soo proud

Mariam jaafar

I loved this video. A great method to learning. I would like to watch more videos like this. Thank you, Benjamin.

Sheyla Cunha

It is very interesting video. Thank you Benjamin.

Theingi

Thanks. 100%. I’m very glad)))

KoNNik

haha i like the way you said “drawer”!
a very nice video!

qionganzhang

A “tasty” class, thank you.

ALEES K.

Awesome teamwork! :)

Ihor

Benjamin,you are teacher by vocation! you are teacher in all situation…drawer”:):)…..

elene-elene

Great Lesson!

Andres Felipe Arias Mosquera

Thanks a lot. The video is very interesting and clear to understand.

Ms. Rosy

ı think it was so useful for me….9/10

yaren

thanks Benjamin, a very useful lesson.

marbeck

cool!!!!they are very good teacherы

Alex1998

So cooool! Thank you!

Igor Alexandre

“Bon appétit” and “Crème fraîche”are french words.

Repo

Thanks. I’m craving after this video ^^

rin olive

thanks
9 out of 10

Imam Tawqer

Awesome!Very clear!Thank you so much

Serejka0

Thanks for good video.

I love it. Real situation that you teach in video is very great.

I can understand when you show the real things.

sakuntha

This is usefull and “tasty” lesson.Thanks=)

SerJ

In this video, presentation of cooking a food, it is very professional art way, whom don’t about such kitchen or food/cooking related word then it is very helpful for understanding and learning. . Thank you Mr. Benjamin

vyasritesh

done …. and done good ….woooo

Sam@eego

yummi yummi done

Sam@eego

i make 100 point. oh my! lollll

Metharat Wongsomnuk

Thank you I got some hint to kook my lunch.

Enkutatash

thank you Benjamin , best regards for you

Mo7ammed-A7emd @Hafiz-Bastawisi

Good lesson, tkank you very much.

Aungpaow

9/10,very useful & interesting. thx

greekling

Very nice lesson 10/10 :) thank you

aska21m

Hi Bejamin! You are advising to watch the lesson “Speak like James Bond”, but that video is not available. Could you fix that problem?

Vladimir

Thanks

ismailenglish

I got 8 to 10.. Lesson was useful..

Sivakumar

Beyond to learn english, we learned how to cook a spaghetti bolognese! Thanks Benjamin!

Isaias Menezes Silva

Thanks, Ben. I’d like to get recipe some other famous dishes from around the world. It would be better to learn some vegetables names and how to use them in recipe “Afiyet olsun” means for Bon appetite in Turkish language.

osirkeci

Thank you.Very usefull lesson.

abdal7

Thank you so much for this excellent video.

Bircan

Thank you.^-^

phamquynhanh

Thank you Benjamin. It’s really useful for me and for my students to understand some vocabulary about cooking and kitchen.

Lastri Yanika

Thnax man, now I do better in English and spaghetti ;)

midomar

thank you

erkam01

Thank you so much, it has been very useful to remember in the daily life, thanks

Marta Lopez

When I serve up the dish for my children, I always season it with a little salt and peper. It giving the food different FLAVOURS.
9/10 thank you Benji.

tutunia

Thanks for the lesso!!!!!!!

jr.mathjr1

Brought water in my mouth.

Aamer Hamdani

thanks so much, what a useful lesson from you. very reality i can use these right a way. thanks again

Nguyen Van Hau

Great video … but awful recife … You don’t have to call this “spaghetti bolognese” that’s very different thing … !
However thanks , the goal is ok
Ectoras

ectoras

of course … recipe … not recife ..Sorry
Ectoras

ectoras

Have you made love with her in the kitchen? <3

Lorcy Gabriel

I love this kind of videos are more funny than the others with just the blackboard…

oscar1918

Useful explanation! Unfortunately, that’s not the way to cook “spaghetti alla bolognesa” but was very funny how English people cook!

angellika

After this lesson I’m hungry!
Thanks Benjamin

christian012

Very Useful, thanks a lot!
Hope there will be more lesson relating to cooking, food or cuisine in the near future.

DennisLai

Thank you.

linhloly

Thanks for the video

Dani01

Thanks, Benjamin I learned a lot of new words

tony2958

This is really helpful for knowing all of the words,thanks Benjamin

sophiacl

Thank you a lot teacher you’re best one 👍👍👍

muhamad best

Benji…you arevery smart…..thank you

Edimer

thank you very much. (^_^)

Shushi2009

Thanks for good lesson. I`m so sorry, but i`ve thought, the thing for draining must be called colander, is not it? not sieve.

Neofish

very helpful thanks a lot

lulugegee

Wao! As far as I’m concerned, this is the most dynamic video on the vocabulary section that I have ever seen, I truly loved it, if you ask me, all the vocabulary which could be illustrated it like this one, should be record this way. Unquestionably! Good job!

NOA1991

I got 9/10. Thanks for the lesson! Bon appetite!

robi75

Thank you so much Benji it was really brilliant idea kitchen vocabulary was really very very useful.
I got 10/10 I owe you all that.
Bet wishes,

sarah fausi

I’m falling in love!

esuarez66

thanks!

shihai182

Its wonderful lesson learn.

Regina Bawila

It’s pretty useful, thank you:)

Charmene

Thanks Benjamin..all the best

Shkruallah175@gmail.com

Perfect !!!

kikodinofaz

It’s cool!!!

Attila

Benjamin, thank you for the very creatie lesson!

andrsam

Thank you very much Benjamin

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