- How to say chocolate in English and some phrases
- Use of the plural
- How to say chocolate in other languages
First of all, we analyze the origin of the word and then we will see its translation into English. Chocolate has its origin in Nahuatl. There are two versions, one is that it comes from xocoatl, xoco What does bitter mean? atl which means water since that was its original flavor. The second is that it can come from chocolatewhere I crash it’s yellowish brown and again atl, which is water Of what there is no doubt is that it has Aztec origin.
How to say chocolate in English and some phrases
The word chocolate in English is said chocolate. We will show you below some phrases with this word.
- When it’s cold I like to drink hot chocolate.- When it’s cold I like to drink hot chocolate.
- I bought you a chocolate bar.- I bought you a chocolate bar.
- Chocolate was invented in Mexico.- Chocolate was invented in Mexico.
- I’ll bake a chocolate cake for your birthday.- I will bake a chocolate cake for your birthday.
- I like strawberries covered in melted chocolate.- I like strawberries covered with melted chocolate.
Use of the plural
The word chocolate in the plural or chocolates in English is said chocolates. We will show you below some sentences with this word in English.
- That box you have chocolates of different types.- That box has chocolates of different types.
- My stomach hurts from eating too many chocolates.- My stomach hurts from eating too many chocolates.
- I brought two chocolatesone for you and one for me.- I brought two chocolates, one for you and one for me.
- I love to eat chocolate! – I love to eat chocolate!
- In the afternoon I will buy some chocolates to surprise my girlfriend. – In the afternoon I will buy some chocolates to surprise my girlfriend.
- Later I will make a delicious chocolate cake, to invite my friends. – Later I will make a delicious chocolate cake to invite my friends.
- Do you prefer lemon cake or chocolate cake? – Do you prefer lemon cake or chocolate cake?
- I think I’m allergic to chocolate. I think I’m allergic to chocolate.
- Do you like mint or strawberry chocolate? – Do you like mint or strawberry chocolate?
- In winter I love to prepare hot chocolate. – In winter I love to prepare hot chocolate.
- Chocolate liqueur is very tasty! – Chocolate liqueur is very tasty!
- Fine chocolates can be a good birthday gift. – Fine chocolates can be a good birthday present.
- Are you going to eat the last chocolate? – Are you going to eat the last chocolate?
How to say chocolate in other languages
If you want to know even more, it is shown below as it says chocolate in other languages of the world.
- Albanian: cocolate
- Amharic: ቸኮሌት
- Armenian: ��������
- Azerbaijani: şokolad
- Basque: txokolatea
- Belarusian: шакалад
- Bengali: চকোলেট
- Bosnian: čokolada
- Bulgarian: шоколад
- Catalan: chocolate
- Traditional Chinese): 巧克力
- Corsican: cicculata
- Croatian: čokolada
- Czech: čokoláda
- Danish: chocolade
- Dutch: chocolate
- Esperanto: ĉokolado
- Estonian: šokolaad
- Finnish: suklaa
- French: Chocolate
- Galician: chocolate
- Georgian: შოკოლადი
- German: Schokolade
- Greek: σοκολάτα
- Gujarati: ચોકલેટ
- Haitian Creole: chokola
- Hausa: cakulan
- Hawaiian: kokoleka
- Hmong: dej qab zib
- Hungarian: csokoládé
- Icelandic: súkkulaði
- Italian: ciocolato
- Latin: scelerisque
- Latvian: šokolāde
- Lithuanian: šokolado
- Luxembourgish: Schockela
- Macedonian: чоколадо
- Madagascari: sôkôla
- Malay: coklat
- Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil): chocolate
It is curious that there are so many different terms to refer to a word as delicious as “chocolate”. Do you already know how to pronounce this term in different languages?