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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1991: British or American English 3 (vocabulary)
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    British or American English 3 (vocabulary)


     everyone!

    Another exercise on the differences between British and American English, this is has to do with vocabulary. Here is a series of 12 words, decide whether the word is rather used in the British Isles or in the United States.

    (during the correction, you will find out both spellings)

    Enjoy yourselves!





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    1. Apartment

    2. Biscuit

    3. Public toilet (WC)

    4. Taxi

    5. Vacation

    6. Pavement

    7. Queue

    8. Schedule

    9. Trousers

    10. Autumn

    11. Chips

    12. Rubbish-bin (rubbish)









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