What are the differences between these 3 words: interval, intermission and break? I've searched on Oxford Dictionary:
a period of time between two events
(also intermission North American English, British English) a short period of time
a short period of time between the parts of a play, film/movie, etc.
a period of time during which something stops before continuing again
a short period of time when you stop what you are doing and rest, eat, etc.
After reading these definitions, I'm still very confused about when to use interval, intermission and break.
I have 5 sentences and I have to fill interval, intermission or break correctly:
_____ for coffee
_____ in conversation
_____ for lunch
_____ between two acts of play