Things Where Made
Many times, when children are taken to a store to buy something off a shelf, they don’t understand how and where those things are made. Being a learner, it is quite natural to have an inquisitive mind, as there is a lot to be imbibed in vocabulary knowledge. There are different places where different things are actually made.
We all know that food is made in kitchen, but the things that are cooked, are made in different places. For instance, bread is baked in a bakery and flour is made in a mill; vegetables are grown in farms, and milk, butter, cream and cheese are produced in a dairy. This means that everything that we come across in our daily life is manufactured at some or the other place. As a learner of English language, it is necessary to be familiar with such places to know and understand more about the language.