UK to USA Dictionary
The UK to USA Dictionary is a travel necessity. You may think we speak a common language in Britain and the States, but you’ll be surprised at the vastly different meanings for many common terms and phrases.
This dictionary of British English vs. American English. Not only does it contain an A to Z of all the terms and expressions that separate our common language; it also has lists of rhyming slang, pronunciation and spelling differences.
If you’re going to London (or just watching televised events from Britain) this handy pocket-sized UK to USA Dictionary is a must! British English differs from American English in more ways than you can imagine! You may think we speak a common language in Britain and the States, WRONG. Just some examples, the trunk of the car in America is the boot of the car in Britain. The British term for a ‘Wake-Up Call’ means an entirely different thing here in the States. The phrase that a Brit may use to advise you to keep your spirit up will surprise a Yank. Purchase the UK to USA Dictionary for yourself and as gifts for your friends and family then watch as they chuckle and smile. Be Prepared for Sudden Outbursts of Laughter!