Breakfast in Spanish – El Desayuno
Breakfast in Spanish Vocabulary and Practice in the context enjoying the variety of choice available in a hotel on holiday.
Listening Practice in short sentences via video clips with questions and answers about food and drink.
Downloadable PDF Worksheet for translation practice from Spanish to English:
¿Qué voy a comer? What am I going to eat?
¿Qué voy a tomar? What am I going to have?
¿Te gusta? Do you like it?
¿Cuál es tu fruta preferida? What is your favourite fruit?
¿Qué voy a escoger? What am I going to choose?
el desayuno breakfast
el hotel the hotel
la fruta the fruit
la sandía the watermelon
las uvas the grapes
la ensalada de frutas the fruit salad
la bebida the drink
el jugo the juice
el chocolate caliente the hot chocolate
la carne the meat
el huevo the egg
el pastel the pastry
el pan the bread
la mantequila the butter
la mermelada the jam
Quisiera = I would like
Soler = To be in the habit of
‘Suele’ is 3rd person of the verb Soler (to be in the habit of/to do usually).
Use it with a second verb, like ‘comer’ (to eat).
“En España la gente no suele comer mucho para el desayuno …”
= ‘In Spain people don’t usually eat much for breakfast …’
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