American Vs. British English: Food & Drinks

Jun 5, 2020 | VOCABULARY

There is an old saying that America and Britain are “two nations divided by a common language.” The most noticeable difference between AmE and BrE is probably vocabulary, and there are hundreds of everyday words that are different.

As a long-time learner of English, I have always been fascinated to learn how American and British people name objects differently, and would love to share what I’ve found with my students. So continuing in the AmE vs. BrE series today is the realm of food and drinks.



Divided by a common language: A guide to British and American English (Christopher Davies)


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