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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #128787: From American English to British English
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Idioms | USA [Change theme]
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    From American English to British English

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    1. "I (dunno) the answer, Sir." He said shyly.

    2. "What (kinda) chocolates do you fancy? Black, milky, or white chocolate ? " - " My favorite is the strongest black !"

    3. We (wanna) be together all our lives long.

    4. Please, (gimme) one more week to finish my job !

    5. When I was younger, I very often wonder where my keys have (gotta) : and that kept on my nerves not to find them quickly! Since then, I give a place for everything and everything in its place!

    6. Please, (lemme) alone, I 've got a headache tonight.

    7. What are you (gonna) think about it?

    8. Nevertheless, (ya) too kind for her, she isn't a good friend for you.

    9. Do you (wanna) repeat it once again, guys?

    10. Your mother wonders whatcha still sneaking in...

    11. That's (cuz) of high prices, and their rights that they still strike, as everytime.

    12. No, I (ain't) the most to complain on this Earth. There is always a worse situation, so please you, guys, stop complaining!

    13. He came (outta) the burning house, fortunately safe and sound.

    14. I don't (wanna) tell this, everything I know about her is a secret between her and me.

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