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this sort of sounds like geography of language... or perhaps my major is coming through!

1. Which way of spelling do U prefer: odour/odor, colour/color, centre/center, foetus/fetus, licence/license, dialogue/dialog, jewellery/jewelery, criticise/criticize, formulae/formulas, tyre/tire, program/programme

2.Do U ever use any of these words (if yes how often): serviette, chesterfield Yes, and quite frequently

3. Which words do you use in everyday life: autumn/fall, biscuit/cookie (interchangibly(, chemist's/drugstore, crisps/chips, football/soccer, garden/yard, lift/elevator

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Age: 20

Sex: f

Province OR territory (if you are a Canadian): Columbie Brittanique (heh. BC)

Town: BC

Education (primary/secondary/ higher education): almost completed BSc. One more year! Whoo!
1. I would prefer, odour, colour, centre, foetus, licence, dialogue, jewellery, criticise, formulae, tyre and programme

2.Do U ever use any of these words (if yes how often): serviette, chesterfield (I do not use these words ever)

3. I would use, autumn, biscuit, chemist's, crisps, football, garden (however im from London but in the north of England they sometimes call the garden a yard), and lift

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Age: 26

Sex: Female

Province and territory (if you are a Canadian):

Town: Im not canadian im English from West London.

Education (primary/secondary/ higher education): University graduate
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1. odour, colour, centre (formal writing)/center (casual writing) , fetus, licence, dialogue, jewellery, criticise, formulas, tire, program.

2. serviette [not always, but i try to because not many young people do) chesterfield (i do sometimes, but often people don't know what i'm talking about)

3. fall, cookie, drugstore, chips, soccer, yard, elevator

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Age: 15

Sex: f

edmonton alberta

i think primary is highschool..? so grade 9
Hello everybody:-) I'm currently writing MA thesis concerning Canadian English. My practical section of this dissertation is to involve the analysis of Canadian Vocabulary and I do need your help (especially of Native CANADIANS). I would be REALLY grateful if U could give me answers to the following survey:
1. Which way of spelling do U prefer: odour/odor, colour/color, centre/center, foetus/fetus, licence/license, dialogue/dialog, jewellery/jewelery, criticise/criticize,-both-sometimes it gets me confused too! formulae/formulas, tyre/tire, program/programme
2.Do U ever use any of these words (if yes how often): serviette -(in formal talk), chesterfield-(never, only use to joke around but it's not a foreign word.)

3. Which words do you use in everyday life: autumn/fall (autumn mostly, fall sometimes), biscuit/cookie (both), chemist's/drugstore, crisps/chips, football/soccer, garden/yard, lift/elevator
Thx also for filling these info:
Age:16
Sex:Male
Province and territory (if you are a Canadian):
Town:Victoria, British Columbia

Education (primary/secondary/ higher education):

1. Which way of spelling do U prefer: odour/odor, colour/color, centre/center, foetus/fetus, licence/license, dialogue/dialog, jewellery/jewelery, criticise/criticize, formulae/formulas, tyre/tire, program/programme

I use odour/odor( or is the old spelling and our is the new spelling from 90's), colour/color, centre/center ( usually centre) , fetus, licence/licence( noun/verb), dialogue, jewellery or maybe jewelry, criticize, formulas, tire, program
2.Do U ever use any of these words (if yes how often): serviette, chesterfield
No and No
3. Which words do you use in everyday life: autumn/fall, biscuit/cookie, chemist's/drugstore, crisps/chips, football/soccer, garden/yard, lift/elevator
I say autumn/fall (usually fall), biscuit/cookie( I use the word biscuit to mean a type of bread not a cookie), drugstore, chips, football/soccer (in football is ovally and is soccer is black and white, garden/yard( garden has flowers and yard you mow) and elevator
Thx also for filling these info:

Age: It's a secret

Sex:Male

Province and territory : Alberta

Town: Edmonton

Education: Bachelor's Degree

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