December 06, 2006
Since time wasted rather than be used on doing project research, from now on I will use this blog to blog my project, and also use this blog to improve my English~~
Everybody pls catch an eye for me in case I become too lazy to study once again!
October 14, 2006
Anyway…drink some french red wine, so that I can fall asleep tonight~
October 07, 2006
The expressions do relate to the time of day that you eat the meal and the type of food and the size of the meal. That’s why it can get confusing.
First of all, breakfast. This is simplest; it’s the first meal of the day in the morning.
In the middle of the day, you might have lunch or dinner. Lunch sounds more informal or more typical, particularly for people who are working.
In the evening, you might have dinner or supper. I think that people who have a quick lunch in the middle of the day will say they have dinner in the evening and this dinner will be a good meal.
A supper is usually a light meal and is probably had after a larger dinner has been had in the middle of the day.
Confused? Well most people see a dinner as a more complete meal. A common lunch in England is a sandwich, but dinner might include soup, meat with vegetables, and then a dessert like apple pie and ice cream. So, dinner is really the main meal and people might have it in the middle of the day or in the evening. Lunch and supper are both light kinds of meal. Lunch is in the middle of the day, supper is in the evening.
Now I mentioned there are some other meals. We talked about breakfast. Two more words that you could add to your list are brunch and tea. Brunch is a mixture of breakfast and lunch, as you can tell by the sound of the word: ‘brunch’. And people usually have brunch as a replacement for both lunch and breakfast. Brunch is usually had at about 11 o’clock.
And the final word is tea. Now of course this is a drink, like tea and coffee, but it can also be a light evening meal. I think this word is often used in families, particularly with their children. “It’s tea time”, “It’s time for tea!” This means their small evening meal.
To finish, it is of course unusual to have breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, tea and supper all in one day. But let me tell you, not impossible. And from that comment you’ll understand that I have the ideal physique and dietary habits for radio and the internet and not for TV.
October 05, 2006
Writing about web page http://www.mleader.net
Finally my Warwick Blog was created! I’ll post my study-things here,shared with every friends and classmates in Warwick univ. And hope here will be the great place that can improve my English!
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