UK vs US Food Names

UK vs US food names!

Although the USA and the UK both speak English, sometimes our vocabularies are different! Do you know your prawns from your shrimp? Or your coriander from your cilantro? Depending on where you are, these can mean very different things!

Prawn vs shrimp

Coriander vs cilantro

Ice lolly vs popsicle

Which type of English do you want to learn?


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