In the KitchenLanguage brain teasers are those that involve the English language. You need to think about and manipulate words and letters.
Hidden in the following sentences are objects which you may find in a kitchen. Can you find them?
1. John wanted to name his new dog either Wilf or Ken.
2. "I'll always be here to help, you know", his kind uncle Albert said.
3. Jenny put the soup and the bread on the table, ready for lunch.
4. Even though Sarah shouted "Stop!", other people carried on running.
5. After a long day at the office, James drove northwards towards his house.
6. David's model boat was broken. Even though the stern was solid, the bow leaked and had to be repaired"
7. The children laughed as the clown swung Alec upside down and round and round.
8. Grandad saw David was having trouble with his history homework and said "Hey, Lad, let me help you".
9. When dad brought a friend home with him, mum said to him "Fred, is he staying for dinner?"
10. Steve loved watching the programme about Scotland. His favourite bit was watching lasses dance the Highland Fling.
HintLook for words within the sentence. For example:
Towel - Mary went (to wel)come her friend.
Answer1. Fork - "Wil(f or K)en
2. Whisk - "kno(w his k)ind uncle"
3. Pan - "sou(p an)d bread.
4. Pot - "Sto(p ot)her people".
5. Oven - "dr(ove n)orthwards"
6. Bowl - "the (bow l)eaked.
7. Cups - "Ale(c ups)ide down.
8. Ladle - "Hey, (Lad le)t me help"
9. Dishes - "Fre(d is he s)taying for dinner"?
10. Glasses - "watchin(g lasses) dance"
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