The English word for chopsticks is chopsticks.
There is no specific collective noun for chopsticks, in which case a general collective noun is used. Examples are a set of chopsticks, a box of chopsticks, a supply of chopsticks, etc.
Chopsticks are simple machines. It falls under the category of third class levers
I use chopsticks with my food.
In real life u bun up ur hair then chopsticks the chopsticks in!
chopsticks and computers chopsticks and computers
Chopsticks are 2 sticks that people eat with,
chopsticks are used to eat food
As silly as it sounds, yes the fear of chopsticks is a real phobia.The phobia of chopsticks is called Consecotaleophobia.
In Chinese-English theword chop means quickand using chopsticks isquick andstick because it rhymes with quickar-enps
You can use chopsticks to pick up food with your two chopsticks. Also if you are making are drum, you can use your own chopsticks or you can buy them at your local supermarket store or a two dollar shop. Mostly Asian use chopsticks. You can go to Asian restaurant too eat with a chopstick. By Nintendogs117.
not chopsticks (Chopsticks) you fool
Not all Asians eat with Chopsticks.
Chopsticks work by using the hand you write with.
There is no difference. Hashi simply means 'chopsticks' in Japanese. The only possible difference would be what they're made of or how they're made, but that varies with the companies that produce them. There is a difference between Japanese and Chinese chopsticks. the big difference is that Japanese chopsticks are blunted to a pointed end, and Chinese chopsticks are blunted to a flat end.
Many foods are difficult to eat with chopsticks. Rice, beans, and pasta all have small pieces that are difficult to hold between chopsticks. Liquids are virtually impossible to eat with chopsticks.
Chopsticks are usually used in China or Chinese restauraunts.
Yes, the use of chopsticks is customary in Japan.
"Chopsticks" is 箸 (hashi) in Japanese.
Yes, Cambodians eat with chopsticks we're Asian.
45 million chopsticks
Throw away the chopsticks and put your mouth in the water.
chopsticks have been used by the Chinese since before 1600 BC
People used chopsticks because they were easy and cheap to produce and buy.
no... how about soup? unless you have those chopsticks with the spoon ends on them...