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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3409: British English or American English ? Part 1
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Idioms | United Kingdom | USA [Change theme]
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    British English or American English ? Part 1


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    1. My husband went to a sledge race in Alaska. ==>

    2. The car had to stop because of a flat tire. ==>

    3. Shouldn't we take the tram ? =>

    4. He came to Lisboa in the fall of 1995. ==>

    5. His sister attends the primary school in our town. ==>

    6. The air hostess is very nice, isn't she ? ==>

    7. Jim is our new neighbor. ==>

    8. Should we really put the bottles into the boot of the car ? ==>

    9. Andy and Tom, would you read the dialog, please ? ==>

    10. I think, I'll change Mary's nappy.==>









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