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    Default Have Breakfast / eat breakfast

    Hello.

    Is there any difference between the meaning of "have brekfast " and "eat breakfast"?

    I'm a Spanish Speaker.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Have Breakfast / eat breakfast

    No. Same thing. Have breakfast is a little more gentle, celebrating the occasion of breakfast. Eat breakfast is more focused on the calorie intake. But both work fine in any situation.

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