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BRITISH SLANG: a helpful of common British English terms translated & defined for the American English user. This is ideal for & who work with English but aren't fluent in so to say. English Writing, English Words, English Lessons, Learn English, English Language, Slang Language, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Tips

Essential British Slang Guide

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vs the British language. People of Britain call items weird things compared to here in the United States.American language vs the British language. People of Britain call items weird things compared to here in the United States. British Vs American, British Slang, British English, American English, British Names, English Tips, English Lessons, Learn English, Sprachreise England

Bangers & Biscuits: Your Guide To Translating British Food Slang

For two countries that share the same language, the UK and the US can differ wildly in their vocabulary.

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Common Word and Phrase Translations: British to American

Common Word and Phrase Translations: British to American | eHow Extras | eHow

 American English spelling Not gonna lie I often use British spelling instead English Spelling, British Spelling, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, English Study, English Grammar, English English, Learn English Speaking, English Online

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British & American

American English is the form of English used in the United States. British English is the form of English used in the United Kingdom. Slang English, English Grammar, Teaching English, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, English Writing Skills, English Lessons, British English Accent, British Slang Words

British/American English. Vocabulary Differences.

American English is the form of English used in the United States. British English is the form of English used in the United Kingdom.

How British is your English? Americanisms AREN'T taking over our language, research shows Canadian English, English Tips, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, Teaching English, Learn English, English Language, Russian Language

How is your English? Research shows Americanisms AREN'T taking over the British language

New research by linguistic experts at the British Library has found that British English is is holding its own against its American rival.

English words we've lost along the way - they're pretty hilarious. I didn't know "lollygag" had disappeared.or maybe it's a southern thing? New Words, Love Words, Beautiful Words, English Phrases, English Words, English Language, Writing Words, Writing Tips, Word Nerd

How to Decorate Like Your Favorite Fictional Character

English words we've lost along the way - they're pretty hilarious

British Vs American English Differences - Look at the cooky differences between British and American English! British was brought to American soil with the settlers. English Tips, English Idioms, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, Learn English, Better English, Education English, English Class

British Vs American English: 100+ Differences Illustrated | Architecture & Design

Given the amount of places around the world that English is spoken, various differences are bound to emerge. Despite how much the USA and UK have in common, there are enough differences between their two versions of the English language that someone may not always understand exactly what someone from the other country is saying. […]