Do you know how to talk about cooking? We normally use the command form to tell the reader how to go about preparing a dish. Do this! Now do that! Except we don't usually use the exclamation marks, because in English it looks like you're shouting at the reader.
A normal recipe will say: First, cut up two onions, a spicy pepper and two bell peppers. Then heat oil in pan. When it's good and hot, put the diced onions and peppers into the oil and stir. Once the onions are glassy, add the ground beef and spice to taste. Once the beef is brown, then add the beans and two cups of water. Bring to a boil and then reduce the heat (you don't want to cook the beans too much because they'll get bruised). And voila! You have chili. Serve with crackers and cheese.
Check out the verbs below that deal with cooking and tell me your favorite recipe.
Now let's look at a picture. How much can you say about the picture below? What kinds of words are you using? What kinds of words are you failing to find? How would you find the words you need? What if you didn't use a translator, but only searched in English? Once you find those words, what will you do to learn them?
Because you work in the paper manufacturing industry, I thought it would be a good idea to look at an English language website that describes the paper manufacturing process. Please follow this link.