Common Words in American and British EnglishHere are a few of the more common words which are different inAmerican and British English. This is only meant to highlightsome of the variety which exists within English, and is not acomplete list by any means. It also does not address differentvocabulary which is used in Australia, Canada, South Africa andIndia as well as the Caribbean, Africa, and the many other placesin the world which use English as the language of commerce orgovernment.
American Britishapartment flatcan tincookie biscuitelevator lifteraser rubberflashlight torchfries chipsgas petrollicense plate number platemail postpants trousersparking lot car parkperiod full stoppharmacist chemistpotato chips crispssidewalk pavementsoccer footballsweater jumpertrash can bintruck lorryvacation holiday
Decide whether these sentences were said by anAmerican or a British person.
QUESTIONS1. I already took the trash out.a) USb) Brit2. I`ve got to put some petrol in the car.a) USb) Brit
3. I just spilt wine on my pantsa) USb) Brit4. Take the elevator up to my apartmenta) USb) Brit5. Have you changed the baby`s nappy yet?a) USb) Brit