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Grammar, Vocabulary & Pronunciation
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In British English it's a pavement. In American it's a...
'That new play that opened in the local theatre last weekend. It bombed.'
It has been a tremendous success
It has been a tremendous failure
The cast is too large to fit on the stage
The cast is so small it's not worth seeing
The American term 'slugfest' comes from German and means
A lot of slugs get together in the garden
A boxing match with a lot of punching
Whipped cream on top of coffee
A place where parties happen
The American term 'adobe' refers to
a style of outdoor painting
a sun dried tomato
a sun drenched plateau
a sun dried brick
In American English it's an 'elevator'. In British English it's a
At a bus stop, the British form a queue. Americans
stand at line
stand in line
make a queue
form a file
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