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    #1

    Breakfast as verb

    May I say: I will breakfast at 8
    or I must say: I will have breakfast at 8...?
    In my view the second one is the right one but I've recently read the first expression...

    Thanks in advance

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    #2

    Re: Breakfast as verb

    Both versions are correct.

    The first is more formal.

    Rover

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