This is of particular interest to me because I’ve been doing some proofreading for someone in the UK. There have been several times I’ve had to Google something to see if it’s slang there.
Tags: American language, British language, slang
This is all too familiar! Colleen Chesebro has been reading/making editing suggestions about my MS and we’ve found the same! Useful list. 🙂
I found another one that you might find useful as well. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/AQUD3hhdHCd7FurGCKsA_JMMIAUsq1S_Xcrlopu88bMF9T4b-B1oYEY/
Thanks for that will bookmark both of them. 🙂
I am doing this the other way round. I have discovered a lot more differences since moving to the US. It’s all very fun and interesting.
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