A: Good morning. You look nice. Have you had your breakfast?
B: Yes. I have had an egg, a cup of milk and a piece of bread. What about you?
A: I haven’t. Generally, I don’t have the habit of having breakfast. Em…
B: What a terrible habit! Breakfast is so important to our body that we should not ignore it.
A: I see, I see, but there are so many college students who don’t have breakfast. So I want to organize a “have your breakfast” activity to help our classmates establish the habit of having breakfast.
B: Wow, it’s a good idea. When and where will the activity be held?
A: From next Monday on, in No.1 canteen. Can you offer me some suggestions?
B: I hope the activity can involve all our classmates, so we must guarantee that all of our classmates support and participate in the activity. That’s what I care most. Then, the time to get together should be made clear and all the classmates should enter the canteen on time.
A: Ok, thank you. Your suggestions are important to our activity and I will put them into practice. Thanks again.
B: My pleasure. Let’s develop the habit of having breakfast together.