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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22548: British - American English
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    British - American English

    American or British English ?

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    1. English is my favourite subject at school.

    2. Have you seen Dick's new truck?

    3. The park is in the center of our town.

    4. Mr Barnes, our caretaker, found my key.

    5. I like French fries, they're very crispy.

    6. Have you seen the latest movie?

    7. I've passed this test. So I'll get my driving licence very soon.

    8. The accident happened because the blue car didn't stop at the traffic lights.

    9. Tom told me to get off the Underground at Tower Hill.

    10. They have moved into a semi-detached house.

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