10 British expressions Americans don't use

Here are 10 British words and phrases that I rarely hear in the US, or if I do, they have rather different meanings. For example, my British ground floor is ...

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Comment by Roman on August 5, 2018 at 16:12

Ohhhhhhhhhhhh! :D

Now it is clear for me!

Here in Ukraine the ground floor is the first floor too. But now I am confused, which way of calling the ground floor is more logical, British or American.

I should remember all those words and expressions.

Thank you Vicki, Jay and Craig for making this interesting and funny video!

Comment by Robbie on August 4, 2018 at 14:03

Thank you for sharing the British expressions! Some of the words have very different meaning. Non-native speakers should at least understand common expressions so they wouldn't left behind in the conversation and avoid miscommunication. 

Have a fantastic weekend to the three of you! :)

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