Learn useful Collective Nouns For Food, Partitive Nouns for Food and Drinks with examples.
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- 1 Collective and Partitive Nouns for Food and Drinks
- 1.1 A bar/A square of chocolate
- 1.2 A batch of cakes
- 1.3 A bottle of milk
- 1.4 A bowl of rice
- 1.5 A box of cereal
- 1.6 A can of soda
- 1.7 A carton of milk
- 1.8 A cup of tea
- 1.9 A glass of water
- 1.10 A jar of honey
- 1.11 A jug of water
- 1.12 A kilo of meat
- 1.13 A kilo of sugar
- 1.14 A loaf of bread
- 1.15 A packet of tea
- 1.16 A piece of cheese
- 1.17 A piece of chocolate
- 1.18 A pile of cookies
- 1.19 A slice of bread
- 1.20 A slice of pizza
- 1.21 A tub of margarine
- 2 Collective Nouns For Food and Drinks | Picture
Collective and Partitive Nouns for Food and Drinks
A bar/A square of chocolate
My brother handed me a bar of chocolate wrapped in silver paper.
A batch of cakes
Anyone can botch a batch of snack cakes.
A bottle of milk
He is especially adept at balancing a bottle of milk on his head.
A bowl of rice
I cannot finish a bowl of rice.
A box of cereal
Operator said the machine used a box of cereal a minute.
A can of soda
I remember my father bringing me a can of soda.
A carton of milk
We’ve all opened a carton of milk that has three days to go and it smells bad.
A cup of tea
Are you going to have a cup of tea?
A glass of water
Would he like a glass of water?
A jar of honey
If you think something sounds plausible, try testing a jar of honey you think is pure.
A jug of water
In the fridge were three sodas and a jug of water and nothing else.
A kilo of meat
He was served half a kilo of meat from the kilo he brought home at the end of the month.
A kilo of sugar
I bought a kilo of sugar and a bunch of grapes.
A loaf of bread
It’s a hot, meaty stew poured into a loaf of bread.
A packet of tea
Better than any greenback is the green-and-white flap torn from the end of a packet of tea.
A piece of cheese
I like to have a piece of cheese in my fridge that no other consumer or producer will have.
A piece of chocolate
She had just ordered a piece of chocolate cake.
My grandmother fed me a pile of cookies daily.
A slice of bread
Many students crowned the plate with a slice of bread.
A slice of pizza
Outside, on the sidewalk, people remember a slice of pizza.
A tub of margarine
They’re both very small, weighing about as much as a tub of margarine.