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The British have a _______. That means that they like eating sweet things like ______and pies, jams, biscuits and ____, cakes and rolls. For the British, any time is eat-a-sweet time: tea-break _______, break at school, watching TV ______on a car journey, in the cinema or theatre. During ______ like Christmas and Easter, and on special days like Mother’s Day and _______ they eat even more sweet things.
English and Kalmyk Tea The English and Kalmyk people are so different, but still is something common between the two peoples- this is their favorite national drink –tea. 56 million people drink tea all over Britain every day. Tea came to great Britain from the Far East in the 17th century. Tea time is the afternoon meal of sandwiches, cake and tea to keep away hunger between lunch and dinner. The English people have usually 4 cups a day .They usually have scones , butter, cream, milk, with their tea. The Englishmen drink a lot of tea. They drink it with lemon, we drink tea with milk, so it is called the Kalmyk tea. Where did tea come from to Great Britain? With what the Kalmyk drink tea?
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