On this page, you can learn how to ask what somebody eats for breakfast in Japanese.
First box: English, Second box: Romaji, Last box: Japanese writing and audio
|What do you eat for breakfast?|
|a sa go ha n ni na ni wo ta be ma su ka|
One by one
- 朝ご飯（あさ・ご・はん） → breakfast
- に → for
- 何（なに） → what
- を → no meaning
- 食べます（た・べます） → eat
- か → ?
Note 1: No ‘you’
あなた is ‘you’ in Japanese. There is no word for ‘you’ in the Japanese sentence above. This often happens.
Japanese people do not usually put あなた if it is clear enough to ask ‘you’ in the situation.
Note 2: Actual name instead of ‘you’
the person’s name plus は can be put at the start if you want to say ‘you’.
For example, if you talk with Ken（ケン）and ask what he eats for breakfast, you can say either of the sentences below:
Task 1: Change into Japanese.
- What do you eat for breakfast?
Task 2: Change into English.
Task 3: Listen to answer what you hear in English.