déjeuner

TineA1Kwiziq community member

déjeuner

Since when is déjeuner lunch? I suppose it should be breakfast (A0 question)
Asked 3 years agotranslation, déjeuner
JoakimC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
Breakfast is "petit-déjeuner"
AurélieKwiziq team member
Bonjour Tine, In order you have "le petit-déjeuner" (breakfast), "le déjeuner" (lunch), "le goûter" ('tea', or after school snack) and "le dîner" (dinner) also called in more old-fashioned way "le souper".
TineA1Kwiziq community member
Thanks, should have looked it up ...

déjeuner

Since when is déjeuner lunch? I suppose it should be breakfast (A0 question)

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