Not all countries speak English the same way. Depending on where you are in the world, different words and phrases are used to refer to common objects and actions.
An example of this is British English and US English. Both languages use the 26-letter English alphabet, but a closer look will tell you that they are far from the same.
For more information on how both languages differ, checkout the infographic above. When traveling, this chart can help you quickly identify which words to use without referring to a dictionary. Additionally, if you have a friend who just moved in from any of the two countries, you can help him or her settle in by understanding new words.
Due to globalization, you may even be surprised to hear some of the local phrases above being used in your area.
Which of these words are you fond of using? Share your thoughts with us.
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