Chapter1 making breakfast
A: What kind of cereal would you like, Rose? B: What do you have? A: We have Cheerios and cornflakes. A: How would you like your eggs? Scrambled, as usual? B: No, I think I’ll have a soft-boiled one for a change. A: Good choice, I just made one. Here you are. I hope it’s not too hard. B: I am sure it’s just right. Could you pass me the saltshaker? A: Here you are. Would you like some toast? B: Sure, I’ll have two slices. A: Would you like a cup of coffee? B: Of course, breakfast isn’t breakfast without coffee. A: Good morning, dear. B: Good morning, darling. Did you sleep well? A: Yes, thanks. I slept like a log. A: You are just in time for breakfast. B: Good. What are we having? A: The usual. I hope you have a good appetite. B: I always have a good appetite like a bear in the morning. A: Great, here is your coffee, be careful, it's piping hot. B: Thanks, may I have some sugar? A: It's right in front of you, dear. B: Oh, of course, how silly of me! A: Have some toast. The milk is in the refrigerator. Help yourself.
How would like your steak? 你的牛排要几分熟？ How would you like your coffee? 您的咖啡要多少糖和奶精？ May the rest of your day be sunny-side up. Mary likes her eggs sunny-side up. I have juice, cereal, toast, and coffee for breakfast. Best Recipes: scrambled eggs with tomatoes or tomato and egg soup.
Oatmeal [' tmi l]燕麦片 Hard-boiled egg 煮的全熟的水 煮蛋 Soft-boiled egg 半熟的水煮蛋 Fried egg 煎荷包蛋 Sunny-side up (egg)煎蛋(单煎) Scrambled egg 炒蛋 Poached egg 蒸蛋 Omelet/Omelette 煎蛋 propose a toast 敬酒；举杯 drink a toast 干杯；举杯祝酒
sleep like a log 睡得很熟 pipe hot 滚烫的 freezing cold