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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1991: British or American English 3 (vocabulary)
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    British or American English 3 (vocabulary)


    Another exercise on the differences between British and American English, this is has to do with vocabulary. Here is a series of 12 words, decide whether the word is rather used in the British Isles or in the United States.

    (during the correction, you will find out both spellings)

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    1. Apartment

    2. Biscuit

    3. Public toilet (WC)

    4. Taxi

    5. Vacation

    6. Pavement

    7. Queue

    8. Schedule

    9. Trousers

    10. Autumn

    11. Chips

    12. Rubbish-bin (rubbish)

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