How to ask for breakfast, lunch, dinner yet in English


The way to ask for breakfast, lunch, dinner yet in English is summarized below, which helps readers easily do homework, improve English communication. Please refer to the questions below.


You want to show your interest in others, want to invite others to eat but you don’t know how to ask how to ask for food in English, so let’s refer how to ask for breakfast, lunch, dinner yet in English below.

How to ask for food in English

How to ask for breakfast, lunch, dinner yet in English

1. Have you eaten yet?

Spelling: [hæv] [ju:] [i:t] [jet]

(Roughly translated: Did you eat anything?)

2. Not eating?

Spelling: [nɔt] [‘i:tiη]

(Provisional translation: Have you eaten yet?)

3. Are you eating?

Spelling: [ɑ:] [ju:] [‘i:tiη]

(Roughly translated: Did you eat anything?)

4. Have you eaten dinner yet?

Spelling: [hæv] [ju:] [i:t] [‘dinə] [jet]

(Roughly translated: Have you had dinner?)

4. Did you eat lunch?

Spelling: [did] [ju:] [i:t] [lʌnt∫]

(Roughly translated: Have you had lunch yet?)

5. Did you eat?

Spelling: [did] [ju:] [i:t]

(Roughly translated: Did you eat anything?)

6. What will you have for lunch?

Spelling: [wɔt] [wil] [ju:] [hæv] [fɔ] [lʌnt∫]

(Provisional translation: What did you eat this afternoon?)

7. What’ll you have?

[wɔt] [wil] [ju:] [hæv]

(Roughly translated: What do you eat?)

The conversation asks about having lunch and eating lunch in English

first. A: Have you already had your dinner?

(Roughly translated: Did you have dinner?)

B. Yes, I have had my dinner.

(Roughly translated: Yes, I have dinner.)

2. A: Have you had your lunch?

(Roughly translated: Have you had lunch yet?)

B: Yes, I had lunch at 11 o’clock.

(Provisional translation: Yes, I eat at 11 noon.)

3. A: Have you had your lunch yet?

(Roughly translated: Have you had lunch yet?)

B: No. Do you want to have lunch with me?

(Translation: No. Do you want to eat with me?)

4. A: Hi, did you eat anything?

(Roughly translated: Did you eat anything?)

B: Yes, I did

(Roughly translated: Yes, I ate it.)

A: What do you eat?

(Roughly translated: What did you eat?)

B: Hambuger What about you? Have you eaten anything yet?

(Translation: Sandwich. What about you? Did you eat anything?)

A: Not yet. Do you want to have lunch with me?

(Temporarily translated: I haven’t. Do you want to go eat with me?)

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With the above conversations, you will know how to ask for breakfast, lunch, dinner yet in English. From there, help you improve your knowledge and improve your communication.

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