Having Breakfast

 
 

Having Breakfast

Tom and Sophie would like to try a new cafe around the corner and have breakfast. To be able to communicate they first have to practice the most important words, sentences and dialogs.
Let's get started with the most important words!
 
 

Learn the words

Listen to the nouns by moving your mouse over them.
 
 

Practice the words

Choose the correct picture.
 
 

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  • milk
     
      • coffee
       
    • milk
       
      • jam
       
     
 
 
 
  • cereal
     
      • eggs
       
    • cereal
       
      • bread
       
     
 
 
 
  • apple
     
    • apple
       
      • jam
       
      • cereal
       
     
 
 
 
  • bread
     
      • milk
       
      • eggs
       
    • bread
       
     
 
 
 
  • jam
     
      • apple
       
    • jam
       
      • coffee
       
     
 
 
 
  • coffee
     
      • cereal
       
      • bread
       
    • coffee
       
     
 
 
 
  • eggs
     
    • eggs
       
      • jam
       
      • milk
       
     
 
 
 
 

Practice the words

Click on the items you hear.
 
 

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Where is the jam?
 
 
Where is the apple?
 
 
Where is the coffee?
 
 
Where is the cereal?
 
 
Where is the milk?
 
 
Where are the eggs?
 
 
Where is the bread?
 
 
 
 

Learn the words

Expand your vocabulary with new verbs and adjectives.
 
like (verb)
I like cereal.
like
eat (irregular verb)
I eat an apple.
eat
drink (irregular verb)
I drink coffee with milk.
drink
salty (adjective)
The breakfast is very salty.
salty
sweet (adjective)
The coffee is very sweet.
sweet
 

Practice the words

Write the new verbs and adjectives in the gap.
 
 

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  •  Sophie
      coffee.

     
 
 
 
  •  Sophie
      an apple.

     
 
 
 
  •  Sophie
      cereal.

     
 
 
 
  •  Sophie eats
      eggs.

     
 
 
 
  •  Sophie drinks
      coffee.

     
 
 
 
 

Learning sentences

Good thing Tom and Sophie have already learned important breakfast words. The next step is to learn the individual sentences to be able to order breakfast at the cafe.
Let's learn new sentences!
 

Learn the sentences

Explore freely how sentences can be build.
 

Comparison: I like – I would like

I like apples
  • "like" is used to talk about things you like.
I would like an apple
  • "would like" is used if you want something. For example when ordering in a restaurant, because it is more polite.
 

Practice the sentences

Complete the sentence by clicking on the words.
 
 

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Learning dialogs

Tom and Sophie are convinced that they can do a lot more with a bit of practice. That's why they are now working on their language skills to improve their pronunciation and the sentence structure. At the cafe they can then test their new skills.
Now let's dive into their dialogs!
 

Learn the dialog

Listen to the dialog and watch what they are talking about.
 
 

Learn the dialog

Explore how sentences can be combined to build a dialog.
 
 

Practice the dialog

Deepen your dialog skills.
 
 

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Click on the sentences to sort them into a correct dialog.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Click on the mistake.

 
 
 
 
 

Choose the right answer.

 
 
  •  What would you 
     for breakfast?

     
 
 

Click on the mistake.

 
 
 
 
 

Choose the right answer.

 
 
  •  I would like to 
     eggs and bread please 

     
 
 
 
 

Learn the dialog

Listen to the dialog while reading the transcript.
 

Good morning! What would you like to drink for breakfast?
I would like coffee with milk, please.
 
And what would you like to eat?
I would like some bread with jam.
 
And what about you? What would you like?
I would also like some coffee with milk and the cereal, please.
 
Would you like anything else?
No, everything is fine, thanks.
 
Enjoy your breakfast.
Thank you.
 
 

Speak a dialog

Speak your answers to the dialog (when it's your turn). Record your answers to the dialog (when it's your turn). Then replay your recording and compare each recorded part to the original.
 
Good morning! What would you like for breakfast?
I would like the cereal with apples.
 
Certainly, would you like something to drink?
Coffee with milk, please.
 
Anything else I can help you with?
Could I have some sugar, please?
 
Of course, enjoy your breakfast.
Thank you.
 
 
Good morning! What would you like for breakfast?
I would like the cereal with apples.
 
Certainly, would you like something to drink?
Coffee with milk, please.
 
Anything else I can help you with?
Could I have some sugar, please?
 
Of course, enjoy your breakfast.
Thank you.
 
 
 
 

Be part of a dialog

Listen to your dialog partner. Then play the available answers. Next choose your answer and click on it.
 
 
 
 
 

"Having Breakfast" unit completed

What you have learned in this unit:
  • Important breakfast words and sentences.
  • How to order breakfast.
  • How to communicate with staff and others in a restaurant.