> Just for clarification, generally in France breakfast isn't considered a > meal
That is quite obvious, since if they thought it was an actual meal they would
presumably set plates. When I was staying with a French family as an exchange
student, the only piece of crockery on the table was what I, being young and
foolish, thought was a cereal bowl, but which was actually the cup for
the »café au lait« (for dunking the croissant).
Anselm Lingnau, Friedberg, Germany ..................... firstname.lastname@example.org
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