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 Differences between British and American English - Quiz

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MesazhTitulli: Differences between British and American English - Quiz   7th October 2011, 20:36

Choose whether the noted spelling, vocabulary word or phrase, or grammar is British English, American English. In some cases, the spelling, vocabulary word or phrase or grammar can be used in both British and American English. Each question has only one correct answer.

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Vocabulary 'vacation' - We went on a two week vacation last month.

British
American

Vocabulary 'eraser' - Could you pass me an eraser? I need to erase this mistake.

British
American

Vocabulary 'rubbish' - Why is there so much rubbish in here?

British
American

Vocabulary 'rest room' - Excuse me, where is the rest room?

British
American

Vocabulary 'mean' - She gave him a kiss for his birthday. She's rather mean!

British
American

Spelling 'programme' - Did you see that new programme last night?

British
American

Expression with preposition 'plays in' - He plays in a team in town.

British
American
Both

Vocabulary 'torch' - The lights have gone out. Where is the torch?

British
American

Vocabulary 'dialling code' - What's the dialling code for this town?

British
American

Vocabulary 'trunk' - Put your luggage in the trunk.

British
American

Grammar 'that it be done' - It's very important that it be done.

British
American
Both

Grammar 'real strange' - He looked at me real strange.

British
American
Both

Vocabulary 'public toilet' - Excuse me, where is the public toilet?

British
American

Grammar 'seven hundred and thirty' - eight thousand seven hundred and thirty

British
American
Both

Vocabulary 'nappy' - Honey, can you change the baby's nappy?

British
American

Vocabulary 'garbage' - Why is there so much garbage in here?

British
American

Vocabulary 'area code' - What's the area code for this town?

British
American

Spelling 'center' - It's in the town center.

British
American

Expression with preposition 'live on' - I live on Washington street.

British
American

Vocabulary 'crossroads' - Take a left at the second crossroads.

British
American

Vocabulary 'apartment' - I'm staying in an apartment in the city.

British
American
Both

Expression with preposition 'do over' - Can I do that over?

British
American
Both

Vocabulary 'check' - (in a restaurant) Can I have the check?

British
American
Both

Word order 'has probably arrived' - He has probably arrived by now.

British
American
Both

Vocabulary 'attorney' - I called the attorney to get the information.

British
American

Vocabulary 'two weeks' - We'll be away for a two weeks.

British
American
Both

Vocabulary 'stand in line' - We had to stand in line for three hours to get into the concert.

British
American

Vocabulary 'intersection' - Take a left at the second intersection.

British
American

Grammar 'this' - (on the telephone) Hello, is this Peter?

British
American
Both

Spelling 'program' - Did you see that new program last night?

British
American

Spelling 'airplane' - He took an airplane to Paris.

British
American

Vocabulary 'queue' - We had to queue for three hours to get into the concert.

British
American

Vocabulary 'stingy' - She gave him a kiss for his birthday. She's rather stingy!

British
American

Spelling 'aeroplane' - He took an aeroplane to Paris.

British
American

Vocabulary 'chips' - I'm hungry. Let's stop and get a bag of chips at the supermarket.

British
American

Grammar 'committee meets' - The committee meets tomorrow.

British
American
Both

Vocabulary 'fortnight' - We'll be away for a fortnight.

British
American
Both

Expression with preposition 'live in' - I live in Washington street.

British
American
Both

Vocabulary 'call collect' - (on the telephone) I'd like to call collect.

British
American

Grammar 'has just gone' - He's just gone home.

British
American
Both

Vocabulary 'diaper' - Honey, can you change the baby's diaper?

British
American
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