Daily Vitamin: BRITISH VS. AMERICAN ENGLISH (LORRY VS. TRUCK)
27 / 09 / 2018
UK vs US

Welcome back to the Daily Vitamin! I hope that you are having a nice week.

This week, we are looking at British vs. American English Vocabulary. Today we are looking at the words LORRY and TRUCK

Definition: A car with a long back to transport things. 

Americans say: TRUCK

The British say: LORRY

Which one do you use? Tell us on one of our social media pages (Facebook or Twitter). 

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If you want to learn more about the differences between British and American English, you can read some of our posts from a series we did in 2008:

https://ziggurat.es/lecciones_ingles/busqueda/BRITISH%20AND%20AMERICAN%20DIFFERENCES

Or these from 2007 and 2009:

https://www.ziggurat.es/lecciones_ingles/busqueda/UK%20vs.%20US/2

That's all for today. See you tomorrow for our last lesson of the week!

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