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British & American English: Food Vocabulary

Crisps? Chips? French fries? Cookies or biscuits? Learn the differences between food vocabulary in British and North American English in this simple lesson!
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Have you ever been confused by two different English nouns that are names for the same thing? Think, tomato sauce and ketchup, or chips and french fries!
In this lesson, Emma explains some of the differences between British and American English Vocabulary. That’s right – there are different English nouns for the same types of food, depending on where you are in the world! Arrrrgh!
Learn and practice your vocabulary with Emma!
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There are many British words which are different to American words. In this English lesson Niharika has listed below a few of the differences between British and American words related to food.

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Have you ever been confused by two different English nouns that are names for the same thing? Think, tomato sauce and ketchup, or chips and french fries!
In this lesson, Emma explains some of the differences between British and American English Vocabulary. That’s right – there are different English nouns for the same types of food, depending on where you are in the world! Arrrrgh!
Learn and practice your vocabulary with Emma!
Cook. Eat. Learn English!
http://www.engvid.com Crisps? Chips? French fries? Cookies or biscuits? Learn the differences between food vocabulary in British and North American English in this simple lesson! http://www.engvid.com/british-american-english-food-vocabulary/