Learn useful Collective Nouns For Food, Partitive Nouns for Food and Drinks with examples.
Collective and Partitive Nouns for Food and Drinks
Examples of Collective Nouns for Food and Drinks
A bar/ A square of chocolate
She dealt out a bar of chocolate to each child.
A batch of cakes
Mother was in the kitchen whipping up a batch of cakes.
A bottle of milk
She brought sandwiches and a bottle of milk.
A bowl of rice
I just want a sizzling beef and a bowl of rice.
A box of cereal
I’ve just bought a box of cereal.
A can of soda
I drank a can of soda.
A carton of milk
She was so thirsty that she drank a carton of milk.
A cup of tea
I’ve poured a cup of tea for you.
A glass of water
Could I have a glass of water, please?
A jar of honey
I have bought a jar of honey.
A jug of water
She spilled a jug of water.
A kilo of meat
I must buy a kilo of meat today.
A kilo of sugar
I bought a kilo of sugar and a bunch of grapes.
A loaf of bread
I’ll go across to the shop and buy a loaf of bread.
A packet of tea
She bought a packet of tea to drink on the journey.
A piece of cheese
He was clutching a piece of cheese.
A piece of chocolate
I’d like two teas and a piece of chocolate cake, please.
Do you want a pile of cookies?
A slice of bread
She hungrily ate a slice of bread.
A slice of pizza
Linda cut a slice of pizza for me.
A tub of margarine
They’re both very small, weighing about as much as a tub of margarine.