LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Autor:||Thomas / USA|
|Data:||13/NOV/2013 12:39 PM|
What time (hours) is this event planned for?
What is the menu?
What is the event?
A coffee break is an "intervalo". It does not come before an event or after an event but DURING an event. A typical coffee break would have coffee, tea, and probably a sweet pastry. It lasts 15-30 minutes. Very simple.
A brunch is a combination of breakfast and lunch, and the menu is often very extensive: pancakes (American style, not Brazilian), eggs, bacon, ham, breads, fruits, etc. Often there is a cook who specializes in omelets. The hours might be from about 9:00 or 10:00 until perhaps 1:00. This is a very slow meal and requires about an hour. You eat, talk, and enjoy the company of your companions. Nobody is in a hurry.
Some events (such as training courses) have a breakfast. I would expect it to be simpler than a brunch, less choice of dishes. And it probably takes place prior to an event, not during it.
These are personal opinions and observations, and I am sure that others will have opposing views.
Envie uma resposta
Índice de mensagens