Food in Britain 1

What do people eat in the UK? Do these exercises and learn words for some common foods in Britain.


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Submitted by Safe_Mode on Wed, 09/08/2023 - 15:43


I like all of these food, especially, eggs and fried eggs for break, I like beans too. Feel myself like british)

Submitted by Mauricio2334 on Wed, 28/06/2023 - 20:52


I love having fried eggs and a cup of coffee for breakfast. For lunch, I have salad because I don't have much time to make something special. I would like to eat porridge, because here in Mexico, it isn't common to consume it.

Submitted by Ro Htan on Wed, 28/06/2023 - 16:07


I like egg and porridge a lot which gives me strength especially get ill. One of my favorite foods is pizza, which tastes perfect when biting it smoothly.

Submitted by sara.messa on Mon, 08/05/2023 - 10:27


For breakfast I usually have a cup of coffee with milk and I eat cereal's biscuits. For lunch I usually eat pasta and for dinner I eat chicken with salad or chips. Once a week I eat eggs with lettuce, tomatos or other vegetables. I eat bread for dinner. I love also fruits, like apple, banana, kiwi, strawberry.

Submitted by Ashley Maldonado on Fri, 07/04/2023 - 23:31


For breakfast, I eat bread with jam and a hot chocolate. For lunch and dinner, I sometimes eat pasta with rice. I like eating all of these food except porridge, I don't like that. I love eating rice because in Ecuador most people eat a lot of rice with every meal!

Submitted by AlexandraMT on Sun, 25/09/2022 - 13:23


I usually eat them all except porridge, in fact I don´t know what it is

Submitted by ptngiau on Sat, 13/08/2022 - 04:26


I have eaten almost all these foods except pasta and cereal.
There are some foods I like that are not on the food pages. These are native foods and I do not know what to call them in English.