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British/Canadian vs. American Learn it. Drives me crazy when people spell things the American way. Ummm hello born and raised in CANADA spell things properly. And it's ZED not ZEE lol. <<<<< 'Murica!

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Tea! N.B -cream tea is served with jam- not marmalade!(marmalade is served with breakfast toast!); it's 'elevenses' & is morning TEA break! low tea generally means tea & a sandwich & possibly cake or a biscuit - has nothing to do with seating arrangements!? https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101925982155308055157/+Homesteadsurvivalist/posts/7sLNvYJQfL6

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LOL SO USING THE BRITISH ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Zappos Guide to British Clothing Terms cool to know that!!

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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - snuggery - British. a comfortable or cozy room.

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Today's Word of the Day is tickety-boo. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

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“Walk on air” means “to be very happy”. Example: Ann was walking on air when she got the job. Get our apps for learning English: http://learzing.com

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100 Words that Sound Smart for a smart character. Plan: find out what half these words mean then use them.

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