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Today's WordMaster, like yesterday's, is about eating. So spread out your napkin, and let's begin!

HAVE (eggs) FOR (breakfast)  (朝食)に(卵)を食べる

When you want to talk about what you ate during a meal ? for example, eggs at breakfast ? you say, "I had eggs for breakfast" or simply "I had eggs."

食事のとき何を食べたか言いたいとき、― 例えば、 朝食に卵を食べたなら ― I had eggs for breakfast.(朝食に卵を食べました)と言います。単に、I had eggs.(卵を食べました)と言ってもいいです。

1. I usually have cold cereal for breakfast, but this morning I had pancakes.

2. a: What did you have for lunch?
  b: I just had a bowl of ramen.

3. a: We're having curry for dinner tonight.
  b: Again? We had that last night, too.
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