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I know that in England we spell some words differently and also we use the same words to mean different things to the American usage. If anyone is interested this might help the Hubbers from places other than America learn words/language they need to adapt to for their hubs.
(Example 1/ spelling) I write colour unless I am writing a hub and then I write the American spelling color.
(Example 2/ using different words to mean the same thing)
We wear jumpers I think you call them sweaters.
So we could set it out like this jumper = sweater
Question is is it interesting enough for anyone to want to give it a try?
Maybe only to me if so this will sink like a stone in a pond.
Starting with off with
color = colour
This is a game we play daily at my house! LOL I'm a native Texan and he's a native Brit.
Trolley (UK)....Basket (US)
Aluminum foil (US) Aluminium foil (UK)
(We fought over this one for awhile until I realized we pronounce them differently because we spell them differently).
Gas or gasoline (US) = petrol (UK)
Convenience store or gas station (US) = Petrol station or Services (UK)
fringe = bangs (as in the forelocks of a horse but on a person)
Chap ==> a person, fellow or man
Chap ==> leather riding cover worn by a rider, generally used in a plural form
Chap ==> a crack or cleft in the skin or on crust of the earth
Chap ==> to hit (slang)
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