Bonjour Michelle !
Yes, of course in French we actually have verbs to refer to specific meals as well : dîner, déjeuner, petit-déjeuner
Marie a petit-déjeuné avec Sam.Je dîne chez mes parents aujourd'hui.Où est-ce que tu vas déjeuner ?
I was simply pointing out that you couldn't use avoir in the context of meals in French (unlike in English), and that in those cases, you needed prendre instead :)
Also, you can say Je mange mon repas, albeit a bit redundant ;)
Bonne journée !
What about Je dîner? I have heard that before. It this a particularity of the language, like in English we can say "I dine" but not "I breakfast" or "I meal"?
Also, Je mange mon repas? Yes or no?
Non, c'est je prends mon déjeuner
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