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hello i want samples of BRE and AE

like these http://classweb.gmu.edu/accent/english0.html

thanks
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Moonlight100hello i want samples of BRE and AE

The luggage compartment of a car:- trunk AmE, boot BrE.


American English


British English


Transportation


one-way ticket


single ticket


round trip ticket


return ticket


subway


underground / tube (London)


underpass


subway


bus


coach / bus


trailer/camper/mobile home


caravan


truck


lorry


ticket office


booking office


sidewalk


pavement


gas/gasoline


petrol


gas station


filling station


windshield


windscreen


post service


to wire


to telegram


to call(up)


to ring(up)


long distance call


trunk call


phone booth


phone box


zip code


post code


clothing


vest


waist coat


pants


trousers


undershirt


vest


under shorts/underwear


pants


Food


candy


sweets


can


tin


potato chips


crisps


French fries


chips


liquor


sprits


entertainment


vacation


holiday


movie theatre


cinema


medical service


shot/injection


injection/jab


emergency ward


casualty department


operating room


operating theatre


drugstore/pharmacy


chemist’s/pharmacy


druggist


chemist


to get sick


to be taken ill


others


instructor


lecturer


bartender


barman/barmaid


sales-girl


shop-girl/shop assistant


fire-man


stoker


fire-fighter


fireman


trash-can


dust-bin


sneakers


gym shoes


raise


rise


to wait in line


queue up
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Here is what I've got on the issue: http://www.scit.wlv.ac.uk/~jphb/american.html
just a few in passing...

AE BRE

trash rubbish

ketchup sauce

candy lolly

cookie biscuit

truck lorry

bar pub

bath robe dressing gown
As you can see moonlight, there are many alternative words in US and UK English - and many books available with more examples - but were you wanting examples of how the accent varies for similar words?
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And also have a look here for a small British to American dictionary: http://english2american.com /