Top Ten English vs American WordsBritgirl
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This list is about the differences, not about if you know or don't know the meaning. Even Americans know what yanks are plus insult? I say : Yankee, go home!
Even Americans know what yanks are dummy. - Icantbelieveitsnotbutter
Both countries use both of these words.
I didn't know that. We are saying ground floor and 1st floor for the " 1st " floor above the groundfloor what's logical. Even the mail-boxes are numbered in relation with the groundfloor. If you live at streetnumber 36 for instance the mail-boxes would indicate for the groundfloor " 36 ", for the 1st floor " 36A or 36 /1 ", for the second floor " 36B or 36 /2 " and so on. If the 1st floor have for example more than one habitants it would be " 36 /1A ", " 36 /1B "... I wonder how it works in America?
That's what that word means... - funnyuser
Merica has jam too but they are definitely. jam is softer than jelly - thebounty
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