Evitando as Brasileiradas
Tome um café… Nunca diga: Take some coffee!
It is very common for Brazilians to say, "Take some coffee," or "Take some ice-cream." However, the best verb, whether for solids or liquids, is the verb "have."
The best verb, for solids and liquids, is the verb have.
Check out these examples:I had meat for lunch.
- I had a glass of juice.
- I had a snack in the afternoon.
Now, let’s talk about meals. Besides "have," you can also use the verb "eat."
- I love to have (eat) a big breakfast.
- I had (ate) lunch late yesterday.
- I’d already had (eaten) dinner.