Can you match these descriptions with the favourite British breakfasts?

Matching exercise

Match the items on the right to the items on the left.
EnglishBreakfast.jpg It isn’t eaten every day, but it is still a favourite. A full fried breakfast includes egg, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, mushrooms and baked beans.
Cereal.jpg This is a real classic. Four million bowls of cornflakes are eaten every day! Supermarkets sell lots of varieties.
croissant.jpg This French breakfast bread came from Hungary. It is a popular British breakfast too, and it tastes best eaten warm, served with coffee.
Toast.jpg Put a slice of bread in the toaster. Wait a minute for it to pop out, and spread it with butter and marmalade!
Coffee.jpg A lot of British people only have a hot drink before they leave home in the morning.
fruit.jpg This is a popular breakfast. It’s quick and easy and good for you. Britons’ favourite is the banana!
Yoghurt.jpg It’s good for you, and lots of people eat it for breakfast. They often eat it with fruit or cereal.
BaconSandwich.jpg It’s great if you want something savoury. Grill some bacon, and put it between two slices of bread. About 1.5 million are eaten every day!
ScrambledEgg.jpg These are beaten eggs, cooked gently and stirred at the same time. They should be nice and light.