How to speak on 'Having Breakfast' | Breakfast Dialogues - skillUP Centre

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How to speak on 'Having Breakfast' | Breakfast Dialogues

“Go to the kitchen.”

“I am going.”

“Sit down at the table.”

“I’ve sat down.”

“Are you hungry?”

“I’m very hungry!”

“What will we have for breakfast?”

“I’m going to toast the sliced bread.”

“Is the toast ready?”

“Yes, it is.”

“Open a pack of butter.”

“I’ve opened it.”

“Put some butter on the bread.”

“I’ve put it on.”

“Take a knife.”

“I’ve taken it.”

“Spread the butter on the toast.’

“I am spreading it.”

“Have you spread the butter?”

“Yes, I have.”

“Give me the toast.”

“Here you are.”

“Open a jam jar.”

“I’ve opened one.”

“What is this jam made of?”


“And what is that jam made of?”


“Can I have the peach jam?”

“Yes, you can. Spread it on the bread.”

“Have you tasted the toast with butter?”

“Yes, I have.”

“Do you like cheese?”

“Yes, I do.”

“Do you eat meat?”

“A little.”

“What are you eating now?”

“A cheese and meat sandwich.”

“Do you want to eat oatmeal cookies?”

“No, I’m full.”

“Are you thirsty?”

“Yes, I am.”

“Pour the orange juice into the glass.”

“I’m pouring it.”

“Drink the cranberry juice.”

“I’m drinking it.”

“What is that in your cup?”


“Pour the coffee into my cup. Don’t burn yourself!”

“I’m pouring carefully.”

“What are you drinking?”

“I’m drinking white coffee/coffee with milk.”

“Have you finished breakfast?”

“Yes, we have.”

“Collect the dishes.”

“I’ve collected them.”

“Wash the dishes in the soapy water.”

“I’m washing them.”

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