Counter
I know that the word "counter", when used domestically, is predominantly a North...
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"In Line With" (British-American Translation...
I am an American whose company has just been acquired by a UK-based company, and...
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Dutch Words In English Language?
I have another question, but I'm not sure whether this is the right group to ask...
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Australian Spelling
What's the rules between Australia and American English...i.e. mechanized versu mechani...
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BBC Breakfast News - Bill Turnbull Pronounces...
Mister Spock said, "Picking up daBREE on the scanner!", but that's OK cos he's ...
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General AM Eng-Pronunciation Of Talk,...
I browsed lots of questions and answers here but I didn't find an answer to my question...
Pass, Paess ?
How can one render in writing the difference in the English and American English...
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Bath Vs Bathe?
I got confused. Last few days, I saw a book describing about these two words. ...
"Exemplary"
I found the following bit of self-advertisement on a UK-based website: "Thanks to...
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How To Pronunce The Letter T?
How do I pronunce the letter 't' in the next words? (American english) *elevator...
English Vs American
very funny video about english and american phrases
American English : [In/On] The Early/Late...
1. on the early/late morning of March 7 2. in the early/late morning of March...
Subjunctive?
I took these words from Practical English Usage: reactions: It’s surprising that...
AT Website Or ON Website?
I have a British English vs. American English question: In AE, I would write Find...
British English: An American Football...
A football in British English is a soccer ball in American English. An egg-shaped...
English Textbooks In English-Speaking...
Hi,My mother tongue is Chinese, and I live in Taipei, Taiwan. An American here whose...
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The Use Of Kableey, Kersplat Etc?
Hi Would you say that the following words are very common in American English? Do...
Is It Appropriate For Me To Say:?
"They have a lot in common. I think they're two of a kind."
Hello, The Oxford Advanced Learner´S...
Hello, The Oxford Advanced Learner´s Compass refers that the verb "To Hire" meaning...