The English have a saying, “Half past three, everything stops for tea”. Served between 3:30 and 5pm, the English afternoon tea includes small sandwiches, cakes, pastries, scones, bread, jam, and tea. The people in England started drinking tea in the 17th century, but it was Anna, the Duchess of Bedford, who started the afternoon tea tradition. She would get hungry around 4pm and ask for sandwiches and tea. These days, afternoon tea has become a special occasion for meeting with friends and celebrating life’s special events. It is also now served on fancytiered stands.
It was started by the Duchess of Bedford, Anna. After an early lunch, she would always get hungry at around 4pm. She would ask for tea and sandwiches in the afternoon, because dinner was served very late in 19th century England. Eventually, she started asking her friends to join her. Once Queen Victoria started to participate in them, afternoon tea became a popular tradition.
throw caution to the wind
과감하게 행동하다. 앞뒤 가리지 않고 행동하다
Jane decided to throw caution to the wind and go on a date with a guy she just met.
제인은 방금 만난 남자와 과감하게 한번 데이트를 해보기로 결심했다.
My father threw caution to the wind and decided to put whatever he wanted into my grandmother’s famous cake recipe.
아빠는 할머니의 유명한 케익 레시피에 아빠가 원하는 것을 아무거나 막 넣었다.
John is not the type of person to throw caution to the wind. He is very careful.
John은 앞뒤 가리지 않고 행동하는 사람은 아니야. 걔는 굉장히 신중해.
What time did the English afternoon tea serve?
What is “getting your round” means in England pub culture?
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