Is brekkie British or Australian?
Australians sometimes talk about eating brekkie. No, it’s not some kind of traditional Australian dish, its just their word for breakfast. Australians, of course, use a lot of the same words as British folks, but they tend to shorten words a lot.
Do Americans say Brekky?
Below are six such words that are not widely used in the United States. Following in the grand footsteps of similarly abbreviated words such as Chrimbo (for Christmas) and ciggies (for cigarettes), brekkie is merely a shortened version of breakfast.
Why do Brits say proper?
Proper is a difficult word to define, mainly because British people use it to describe soo many different things. Doing things ‘properly’ means to do them correctly or in the right way. In the North of England, ‘proper’ can also be used for emphasis in the same way as the word ‘very’.
What do English people say before eating?
In English, before meals we say bon appetit, in the sense of “(have a) good meal,” from French.