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Vocabulary: let's have breakfast
"A King's breakfast, a Prince's lunch and a beggar's dinner": such is supposed to be the ideal nutrition in our latitudes.
CEREALS AND MILK (+ FRUIT...)
Before leaving for school or work, kids and adults too, are now used to swallowing a bowl of cereals with milk hastily (Corn Flakes, Hoops, Frosties, Puffs, Pebbles, Boulders...) with some fruit juice (+ possibly a cup of coffee ) .
BOISSONS ( Hot or cold BEVERAGES)
Beverages have changed too. Varied fruit juices, some of which are exotic, have appeared and multiplied ( orange juice of course, grapefruit, plum and cranberry juices, passion fruit, pine apple juice) give us the necessary portion of C vitamin which is necessary to a healthy life. The good old milk and coffee of our younger days has now acquired a reputation of being very bad for digestion and to create allergies. The world is changing... so is the food...
BREAD and cakes:
SPREADS to be put on bread and cakes.
COOKED BREAKFASTS with eggs
Besides in the United Kingdom, cooked breakfasts are made all over the world.
I'm sure you're no longer hungry, now... I only hope you won't have eaten too much to take the test...
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