Breakfast, Brunch and Brinner?

There are many things we cannot live without, but one of the most important is FOOD. Everyone has to eat at some point! But from one country to another we don’t eat the same things or at the same times during the day. For example, Italy is mainly known for its pizzas and pastas. In other countries such as China, or France, we eat animals that would not be considered food in the rest of the world.

Yes, food is omnipresent. This is why we thought it would be interesting to learn more about other countries’ typical foods and eating habits.

If you’re planning on travelling around and trying the local food, you might as well know more about what you can expect and even learn the names in those languages. This will make your life much easier and well, you’ll then be sure to know what comes onto your plate when ordering! Because, sometimes, common words such as “cheese” might not even have the same meaning when going to a foreign country.

And if you need more vocabulary about food and ordering in a restaurant in a foreign country, have a look at those vocabulary lessons by clicking on this link and choose from many specific lists.

But first have a look at those articles. This might give you ideas about what you’re going to have for lunch or dinner, or simply whet your appetite.

New Zealand: English

Romania: English | Română

Brazil: English | Português

Japan: English | 日本語

Italy: English | Italiano

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