RECIPE vs. RECEIPT
RECIPE vs. RECEIPT: meaning and examples
Good morning. I hope you had a nice weekend.
Today we look at more vocabulary that came up during Ziggurat's last CommunicACTION Weekend in Viladrau.
Today's words are: Recipe and Receipt
Meaning of Recipe (Rés-a-pi): instructions that tell you how to cook something and the ingredients that you need for it.
Meaning of Receipt (Re-sít): a piece of paper that shows that goods or services have been paid for.
She has an excellent recipe for lasagne, but she won't share it with anyone. She says it's a secret.
Cashier: That will be five Euros please.
Customer: Here you are. Can I have a receipt please?
Cashier: No problem...here it is.
Customer: Thank you.
You may also want to consult the Daily Vitamin sent on October 22, 2007; it dealt with the difference between recipe (receta de cocina) and prescription (receta médica).
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