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British English vs. American English.

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.


A cyclist crosses Latchford Locks on the Manchester ship canal at dusk. Ships climb approx 20 feet up towards Thelwall and Irlam towards Carrington / Manchester Salford Quays. Mooring post allows ships to moor temporarily in the dock below or above