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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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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!
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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