Mother bakes every Saturday.
Bakers bake in huge ovens.
The bread will not bake if the fire is too small.
The cakes will bake quickly.
We are baking in the sun.
The pottery was left to bake in the hot sun.
The dirt road became dusty as it baked under the summer sun.
It's baking in here!
Why shouldn't Dan eat the cake?After all, he baked it.
She baked bread in an oven.
We baked bread and cake in an oven.
Mrs.Green has baked cakes, and Mr. Green has bought a small present for every little guest.
He knows how to bake bricks.
They settled themselves with their backs to the cliff and let the warm sun bake them through.
Were these bricks baked by the sun or fire?
In former times, bricks were baked in the sun until they became hard.
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He baked us a cake.
We baked him some bread.
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Carol, did you bake the cake for Jim's party?
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Don't bake the cakes black.
The sun is baking the ground dry.
Do you like baked potatoes?
We wish he would not take our time at meeting to offer his half-baked ideas.