Do you like eggs? (noun): the thin, hard, outer layer of an egg.
I love eggs!
“I peeled the eggshell from the hard-boiled egg.”
yolk (noun): the round yellow part in the middle of an egg.
”I like my eggs lightly cooked so that the yolk is still runny.”
(Notice how the L is silent in the word yolk)
egg white (noun): the clear liquid of an egg. When it is cooked, it turns white.
”Egg whites are sometimes used in baking cakes.”
hard-boiled (adjective): to boil an egg until the egg white and the yolk become solid.
”I made some hard-boiled eggs for our picnic.”
scrambled egg(s) (noun): a dish prepared by mixing the white and yellow parts of an egg together while heating them.
”I usually have scrambled eggs and bacon for breakfast on Sundays.”
dozen (noun): a group or set of twelve of the same thing.
”I bought a dozen eggs when I was at the supermarket.”
”He bought a dozen roses for his wife.”
free-range (adjective): a system of farming in which animals are kept in natural conditions and can move around freely. They are not in cages.
”I bought a tray of free-range eggs from the farmer.”
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