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  • Fancy a cuppa?

  • If you would like to offer someone a cup of tea, you can say "fancy a cuppa?"

  • 'Fancy...?' is a shortened form of 'do you fancy' and means 'do you want?'

  • For example,

  • Fancy a chat?

  • Fancy a beer?

  • Fancy a film?

  • 'A cuppa' is the way we pronounce 'a cup of' in spoken english.

  • When we say a cuppa, we use a schwa sound at the start and end.

  • A cup of coffee.

  • A cup of hot chocolate.

  • A cup of tea.

  • In addition to saying a cuppa instead of a cup of in spoken english, we can also use a cuppa as a noun meaning 'a cup of tea'.

  • So, "fancy a cuppa?" means "do you want a cup of tea?"

  • Fancy a cuppa, anyone?

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Fancy a cuppa?

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