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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #42886: Abbreviations
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    Abbreviations


                                             ABREVIATIONS

     GB

     Great Britain is composed of three countries: England, Scotland and Wales

     UK

     United Kingdom . It's the union of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 

     EU

      the European Union                          

     USA

       the United  States of America          Born in the USA  (song by Bruce Springsteen)

     BBC

       British Broadcasting Corporation           

     WWW

       world wide web  

     

     FBI

       Federal  Bureau of Investigation   (Washington D.C. , district of Columbia)

                                                 

      SMS

        Short  Message  Service    

      FAQ  

        Frequently Asked  Questions

      UFO

       Unidentified Flying Object   

                                                                           (flying saucers)    (2002)


      unesco

             

     The Taj-Mahal has been included on unesco's world heritage list    

        United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund

     laser

        Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation

     

     interpol

      International Criminal Police Organization

      It's the world's largest international police organization with 186 member countries 

     internet

      International Network :   internet est un réseau informatique mondial  


        AM (ante meridiem): before noon      Every morning I get up at 7 am

        PM (post meridiem): after noon         I leave my office at 5 pm

        Augustus was the first emperor of the Roman Empire : he ruled from 27  BC ( before Christ)

                                                                                                          until his death in 14 AD (anno domini)

        In 1948 M. Cerdan became a world champion, he beat Tony Zale by a KO (Knock Out)

     






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