Please, dear teachers and friends,
could you proofread my sentences?
Is it the time to lunch? Using "to" forces a verbal sense of 'lunch' (rather old-fashioned) - "time for lunch would be better.
Is it lunch time?
Is it time to have lunch? (Also, with a different meaning, "Is there...": 'Is there time to have lunch, or shall we just grab a sandwich?')
Is it time for having lunch?
What'd you like tofor lunch?
What'd you like to have for lunch?
What time do you usually lunch?Again, the verbal use of 'lunch' is a bit dated - 'What time do you usually have lunch?' would be better.
Interested in Language