UK vs US food names!
Although the USA and the UK both speak English, sometimes our vocabularies are different! Do you know your biscuits from your cookies? Or your aubergine from your eggplant? Depending on where you are, these can mean very different things!
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238. How to Learn from Failure and Mistakes? (English Vocabulary Lesson) – Thinking in English
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