Translation:Mon petit déjeuner
It says I have a typo because i didn't hyphenate!
I think I see it more commonly written unhyphenated
if the man/woman says 'my breakfast' then what could be said in french? can anyone help to answer both masculine and famine form?
Mon petit-déjeuner can be said by either a man or a woman because petit-dejeuner is masculine therefore mon is used. For example, mon petit-dejeuner est froid. My breakfast is cold
Duolingo really needs to accept Quebec French. Every time I see breakfast I think dejeuner because that's what I see/hear every day. It gets really annoying when I get dinged for writing down "the wrong" meal.