Dishes and Silverware

Dishes and silverware in French
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Vaisselle et argenterie

When it’s your turn to set the table, you definitely need to know the difference between une assiette and une serviette. Check out this lesson to learn the French names for a variety of dishes, silverware, and pots and pans.

to set the table mettre la table
breadboardune planche à pain
napkinune serviette
napkin ringun rond de serviette
place matun napperon
place settingun couvert
tableclothune nappe
   
dishes, crockeryla vaisselle
to do the dishesfaire la vaisselle
bowl:smallun bol
 largeun saladier
cupune tasse
dishun plat
glass
wine glass
un verre
un verre à vin
jar un pot
mugune tasse
plateune assiette
saucerune soucoupe
tray un plateau
vase un vase
 
silverwarel’argenterie (f)
forkune fourchette
knifeun couteau
spoonune cuillère
 
pots and pansla batterie de cuisine
bread/loaf panun moule à cake
cake panun moule à gâteaux
casseroleune cocotte
cookie sheet, baking trayune plaque de four
frying panune poêle (à frire)
moldun moule
pie plateun moule à tarte
potune cocotte, une marmite
roasting panun plat à rôtir
sauce panune casserole

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