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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #128802: English: American or British?
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    English: American or British?

    Choose the sentences between British English (UK) or American English (US).

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    1. He lives in the centre of the town.

    2. He went to the police station cuz his fanny bag 's been stolen!

    3. His wallet always sticks out his pocket: it's very risky.

    4. These taps leaks drip. That gets on my nerves!

    5. He wanna organize a party with his neighbors.

    6. On the weekend, people do what they fancy, when they don't have to work...

    7. Her hair was gray: even in her mind, she felt younger than she was!

    8. She couldn't close her zip because she was pregnant.

    9. She must be skillful to do this job.

    10. As soon as he met with her, he felt in love.

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