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American and British English Exercise

www.autoenglish.org Written by Bob Wilson ©Robert Clifford McNair Wilson 20008 American and British English Exercise A Match the American words with the British words.

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November 22nd,2019

British vs American accent - transcript

Transcript for British vs American accent Sophia: Hi, everyone! Welcome back to another video for the British Council’s LearnEnglish Teens website and their YouTube channel. Today I’m joined with Natasha again and we are going to be doing a little challenge.

November 22nd,2019

BRITISH ENGLISH VS AMERICAN ENGLISH

BRITISH ENGLISH VS AMERICAN ENGLISH One of the most obvious differences between British English and American English is the pronunciation, but there are also variations in grammar, spelling and vocabulary. American English often uses the past simple while British English uses the present

November 22nd,2019

British and American English

British Council | BBC www.teachingenglish.org.uk Answers (British English first) It was getting near lunchtime and I needed some (1) petrol/gas, so I left the (2) motorway/freeway, highway and drove towards the nearest town. There was a (3) petrol/gas station just outside the town and I decided to stop and have a look round. I put the car in a

November 22nd,2019

British English And American English - English Courses

British English and American English If you are planning a trip to America but you’ve been studying British English (or vice versa), you could have a few problems on your trip. For example, imagine one day that you really fancy eating this-> If you ask someone in the UK where you can buy ‘chips’ from,

November 22nd,2019

British English vs American English - RESCOL 2 - Topics

British English vs American English The British and the Americans both speak English but they don't always use the same words. Activity 1 Match these American words with the pictures. a trunk / an eraser / a hood / an egg-plant / a movie theatre / cotton candy / subway

November 22nd,2019

British and American English Pronunciation Differences

The presence of the rhotic accent is one of the most noticeable differences between British and American English. Except for New York City and the area of Boston, American English is rhotic. British English is largely non-rhotic, save for Scotland and Ireland. Rhotic accent

November 22nd,2019

American and British English Exercise

www.autoenglish.org Written by Bob Wilson ©Robert Clifford McNair Wilson 20008 American and British English Exercise A Match the American words with the British words.

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