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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30566: British or American English
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    British or American English

    Choose the British English words.

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    1. Yesterday I went to the shops by car,there was an accident on the road. I had to take the

    2. When I came to a I discovered that my tank was nearly empty.

    3. At the first I turned right,

    4. I was looking for a

    5. I asked the

    6. where was the to get to London.

    7. He answered that after I had passed a

    8. and seen a

    9. there was a large . I left my car there and walked to the tube station.

    10. Once in the of London

    11. I went to the to book seats for the Sunday representation.

    12. Then I bought the I wanted for Bobby

    13. and for the baby

    14. When I came back home I opened the

    15. filled water into a pot and put it on the . I needed a nice cup of tea.

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