A teacher comes through lunch line and takes a meal without payment for it .What would you do ?
I'd probably assume that teachers may pay for their lunches weekly or monthly, instead of daily. These days a lot of things are put on someone's credit/debit card, and I'd wonder if teachers pay for their lunch that way. (Students living at college often pay for their meals by semester.) I may assume that part of teachers' benefits may be lunch. I may also wonder if the teacher realized s/he had no cash that day and made an arrangement with the lunch room cashier ahead of time.
by ngureco 4 years ago
In your culture, what’s the difference between breakfast, lunch, supper, and dinner?At what time of the day is each meal taken?
by James Kenny 6 years ago
Which is your favourite meal of the day?Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Supper or do you prefer just eating snacks?
by yolanda yvette 8 years ago
I eat breakfast, but I don't eat it until around noon or 1p.m. since I don't get up until 11:00 most days. But I'll still eat breakfast food for the first meal. Just because I like eggs and cereal and toast and such. So I guess my first meal of the day is, technically,...
by JOC 3 years ago
How long until you get a payment once you reach the level it takes to be paid?
by jaydawg808 5 years ago
If you only ate 1 meal a day, what would it be?Would it be your breakfast, lunch or dinner meal.
by L a d y f a c e 5 years ago
Does 'dinner' mean lunch, or supper?I've always took it to mean supper, but I'm finding out that some people take it to mean lunch.
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