Food is always a good topic to discuss in the class. Full English breakfast is caloric but also tasty. Let’s have a look what the history and the ingredients are.
FULL ENGLISH BREAKFAST
Some people say that British food1 is very bad, but it’s not true. The traditional full English breakfast is a good example of this.
This type of breakfast comes from the 14th century. In the 14th century, the gentry2 thinks that breakfast is very important.
Today, a full English breakfast usually includes: sausages, bacon3, eggs, tomatoes, beans4 and toast. You can also have mushrooms in it. You can eat this type of breakfast in all British cafés and restaurants.
You can change the ingredients, so there are many versions5 of the breakfast: expensive versions in good London restaurants, or cheap6 versions in small village pubs.
“Your full English breakfast can be healthy7. It has a lot of protein, so you don’t need much food later,“ says British nutritionist8 Carrie Ruxton.
Vocabulary: 1jídlo| 2šlechta| 3slanina| 4fazole| 5verze| 6levný| 7zdravý| 8výživový poradce
Language notes: full English breakfast=pravá anglická snídaně|good example=dobrý příklad|very
important=velmi důležitý|usually include=obvykle zahrnovat|village pub=vesnická hospoda|much