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People usually put soup into a bowl. This type of dish is deep and can hold liquids better than flat dishes.

Correct answer: (c) bowl

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People usually put water or juice into a glass. This is a clear or transparent container and people can drink out of it.

Correct answer: (a) glass

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People usually put coffee or tea into a cup or mug. This type of dishware is used for drinking purposes and can hold hot or cold liquids.

Correct answer: (a) cup

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A flat dish, that is used to hold many different types of foods, is also called a plate.

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A saucer is also a flat dish but it is used under a cup. People often use a cup and this item when they drink tea.

Correct answer: (b) saucer

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A fork is a type of utensil that is used to stab or pierce food so that the food can be brought up to a person's mouth. This utensil usually has four finger-type extensions.

Correct answer: (d) fork

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People often use a knife to cut food on their dishes. This utensil often has a serrated edge that is helpful when cutting or slicing foods.

Correct answer: (a) knife

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People often use a spoon when eating soup. This type of utensil has a hollow bowl-like area in the center that can hold small amounts of liquids.

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Chopsticks are common utensils in Asia. People use two of these utensils at one time and they are usually made of wood or metal.

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People often use paper or cloth napkins at the dinner table to wipe away food or liquids. These are helpful when the food they are eating is messy.

Correct answer: (a) napkins

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