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How Does London Vocabulary Compare With US English?
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How Does London Vocabulary Compare With US English?

Okay, you're not actually from London and your British accent is rubbish at best, but with this simple guide you'll be grabbing pints with the locals in no bloody time at all! A visual comparison of British phrases versus their American counterpart.

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British English vs. American English.
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British English vs. American English.

BRITISH vs. AMERICAN English vocabulary. a few others: US -- aubergine (UK), eggplant (US). courgette, zucchini. pants, underwear. trousers, pants. chat sb up (in a bar), hit on sb. play up, act up. be in hospital, be in the hospital. . . . AND many more.

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Haha, I'm seriously thinking this sounds more Downton Abbey than modern British! What I learned from Doctor Who and Sherlock was that some British people actually do use the same slang as Americans... :'(

Haha, I'm seriously thinking this sounds more Downton Abbey than modern British! What I learned from Doctor Who and Sherlock was that some British people actually do use the same slang as Americans... :'(

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The 17 Most Relatable Quotes From "The Nanny"

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or in my case my boyfriends half Scottish half Irish and was born in England so makes him British (well English) too... living the dream. hahahaha.

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