1. Breakfast


A: What do you feel like eating this morning?

B: I usually just have a bowl of cereal.

A: The most important meal of the day is breakfast.

B: Yeah, but I don't usually have time to eat a big breakfast.

A: You can always make an easy breakfast.

B: What do you make?

A: All I make is oatmeal, toast, and some orange juice.

B: That sounds pretty good.

A: I like it, and it's a fast meal.

B: That is a very quick meal to make.

A: I can make it for you if you like.

B: Oatmeal and toast sounds good to me.


A: What are you going to have for breakfast?

B: I just have some cereal each morning.

A: You're supposed to always have a hearty breakfast.

B: I don't always have time to make breakfast.

A: It's easy to make a quick breakfast.

B: What do you have for breakfast?

A: When I need to make a quick breakfast, I just make some oatmeal, toast, and OJ.

B: That's a good idea.

A: It's not time consuming at all.

B: It doesn't take much time to make?

A: Would you like me to make something?

B: Why don't you make me some oatmeal and toast?


A: What do you want to eat for breakfast?

B: All I usually have is some cereal for breakfast.

A: You know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day?

B: I sometimes run late in the morning, and can't make breakfast.

A: That's not a good excuse.

B: Tell me what you eat in the morning.

A: I just eat some oatmeal, toast, and orange juice.

B: That sounds like a great breakfast.

A: It's good, and it's easy to make.

B: That sounds like a very quick meal.

A: So, are you still going to have cereal?

B: I think I'm going to make myself some oatmeal and toast.

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