Had your lunch or have your lunch?

Had your lunch or have your lunch?

1) “Have you had lunch?” is preferred. The phrasing suggests that you’re asking something about how the person currently is, specifically whether he is hungry. If you were asking about events from a week ago, then “did you have your lunch?” would be equally as good as “had you eaten/had your lunch?”

Did you eat lunch or have you eaten lunch?

-Did you eat your lunch? Both are correct. Have you eaten your lunch? is more common when the intent is to have lunch together at 3 if he hasn’t eaten his lunch yet. That’s because “Have you eaten?” is more likely to be used when you are currently in a situation that may change depending on the answer.

What is the meaning of had ur lunch?

They mean different things. “I had lunch” just means you ate something, possibly alone. “I had a lunch” means that you had a lunchtime appointment/meeting. It was almost certainly with other people, and food may not have featured prominently.

How do you say for lunch in the Philippines?

What’s for lunch? Anong kakainin mo para sa tanghalian?

Did you have your lunch answer?

You should reply, “Yes, have you had yours yet?”/”Yes, have you had lunch yet?”

What is your lunch reply?

Have you had lunch?” is the same as “Did you eat lunch?” You can say, “Yes, I had lunch.” or “Yes, I ate lunch.” OR “No, I didn’t have lunch.” or “No, I didn’t eat lunch.” If you’ve had lunch, say ‘yes’. If you haven’t, say ‘no’.

How do you say I have taken lunch?

“Have you taken lunch” or “Did you take lunch” is very foreign. You should try not to translate too directly from your own language. The most correct would be: “have you had lunch (yet)?” “Did you take lunch”.

Is taken lunch correct?

When we use have, it means to eat lunch. When we use take, it means to use one’s meal or rest period at work. Jack always takes lunch at 12:30.

How do you reply to you have your lunch?

How do you say I had my lunch?

“I had my lunch”, “I have had my lunch”. – PAST tense, implying that you have already eaten your lunch. “I have my lunch” would imply that you possess a lunch, but it would not imply that you are eating it (though it would imply that you plan to eat it).

What is dine in Tagalog?

Best translation for the English word dine in Tagalog: magtanghalian [verb] to eat lunch 3 Example Sentences Available » more…

What’s the English of BAON?

Money, food
noun. Money, food, or other provisions taken to school, work, or on a journey.