- A local restaurant is organizing a cooking course. People of all ages and experiences are welcome. Come to the first class for free and see if you like it. The course lasts for three months, and there is an optional exam at the end. To get a certificate you have to attend all classes. All course materials such as books and supplies are included in the price of the course, so you don’t have to buy anything. We meet every Saturday for five hours. During lunch break, you can eat what you’ve prepared or buy something at the restaurant.
- This Friday we’re having a party to celebrate the new contract for our company. The party starts after work, but you can change your clothes if you’d like. You don’t have to bring any food or drink. And, of course, no presents for your bosses! The food from the party will be kept in the office fridge, but we ask that you don’t take any home. Wives and husbands are
appliance [noun]: a device, machine, or piece of equipment, especially an electrical one that is used in the home such as a refrigerator or a dishwasher
supplies [noun]: equipment, food, and other important things people can use for multiple purposes
certificate [noun]: an official document that gives information about your skills or qualifications
MFD [noun]: a multifunction device; an office machine that has several different uses such as printing, scanning, etc.
splatter [verb]: when a thick wet substance hits and covers a surface with small drops
unplug [verb]: to disconnect a device from the electricity source so it stops working
outfit [noun]: a set of clothes that you wear for a particular occasion or to do a particular activity
dress code [noun]: a set of rules for what you can wear