Re: Varying Terms
the rest is true, but this isn’t.
I’m frm Essex (South East of England).
Breakfast in the morning, Lunch mid-day, Dinner at evening.
Tea is a drink, and so is coffee.
I’ve never heard anyone around here say supper, or brew.
My brother lives in london, and hasn’t heard the terms you say either.
I’m also from Essex orignally. Whenyou move about the contry you hear many expresions. So you’ve never heard ‘Mum, whats for Tea?… Or the richer parts of London. ‘Mother, what is for Supper?…
I didn’t say anyone around london called the drinks Tea and Coffee a brew, but if you go to Manchester they will ask you, ‘would ya like a brew?’