Discussion in '中文+方言 (Chinese)' started by gabofv, Feb 3, 2013.
how do you ask: what do you have for breakfast/lunch/dinner? I've tried this 你有什么早 /午/晚饭?
I would say 你早饭吃什么.
It depends on who you ask, the meaning of your question may be different and so is the translation. Do you ask a waiter or do you ask a friend?
Asking a waiter: 你们这儿有什么早餐?
们, in my opinion, is necessary. 你们 refers to the business establishment as a whole. If you say 你 (without 们), it sounds as if you are asking the waiter a personal question.
yes，just like xiaolijie said.
1. if you are asking a waiter in a restaurant，you can say: 你们这儿早餐/午餐/晚餐 有些什么？
the waiter may answer: we have coffee，milk and bacon for breakfast. we have chao-mian for lunch. for dinner, we have steak.
2. if you are asking a friend about what he had，you can say:你早饭/午饭/晚饭 吃了什么？
a friend may answer: I had dumplings for breakfast...
Thanks for your answers! They are really helpful
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