What did you have for your breakfast?

Have you got breakfast?
Yes, already. How about you?
I had a cup of tea just now. And you, what did you have for your breakfast?
I had fried rice, scrambled egg, and a cup of coffee. Why don’t you have any food for your breakfast?
I am not used to have food in the morning. If I do so, I’ll have a problem with my belly.
How about milk? Is it OK for you to drink milk in the morning?
Milk is OK with me, but I don’t like to have it too much. I don’t want to be fat.
You can have the low fat milk, or special milk for diet.
I don’t want to be complicated. A cup of tea or coffee is enough for me. Oh ya, do you prepare your breakfast yourself?
No, my mother usually does it for me. I can do it myself, but I usually busy in the morning. How about you?
I just buy the tea or coffee in a small stall on the way to work.

Do you mean the small scale?

Please take the weighing scale for me.
What for?
I want to weigh the red rice.
Will you sell it?
No. Just to know the weight.
Where did you get the rice from?
My grandmother brought it for me.
Here is the scale. How will you weigh it?
I’ll put it in a plastic bag, and hung it here. Please help me to hold the scale.
How if we do it in the kitchen?
Why?
I thought we have a better scale there.
Oh ya? I don’t know if we have a better scale there.
Last time I used it to weigh some sugar when we made some cakes.
Do you mean the small scale?
Yes, the one near the stove.
It’s too small for this red rice.