Submitted by: Name: Kat From: United States E-mail: Contact
*Comments: This was extremely helpful, now I won't sound completely incompetent on my trip to the U.K.
Added: March 13, 2015
Submitted by: Name: Vic Yan From: Canada E-mail: Contact
*Comments: Very nice words. Like your experience and thank u for your tips.
Added: March 6, 2015
Submitted by: Name: Ellen B. From: New Jersey, USA E-mail: Contact
*Comments: Hi! Great resource. Thanks for sharing!
Added: February 4, 2015
Submitted by: Name: Brooke Roling
*Comments: Hi! I just read a book written in "British" so I was double checking my translations. The site is awesome, but it really needs some updates.
Added: January 2, 2015
Submitted by: Name: Rivo From: Indonesia E-mail: Contact
*Comments: Hello admin, thanks for sharing your website. I am just an ordinary learner of English Language and I guess my English needs some variation on resources used to let me emerged in the language. I would say I base my learning English Language on American resources, but I'd probably fail to act like an American does (speaks words commonly used in American, pronounces them, etc). So, I can tell that I kind of need to look for some ideas from your mindset of comparing American and British English. Hopefully, I get into the right site.
Added: September 15, 2014
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Submitted by: Name: Anthony Argenta From: Fair Grove Missouri E-mail: Contact
*Comments: Living the life
Added: March 26, 2014
Submitted by: Name: James From: California
*Comments: You should add "Rubber" - English means condom, American means "pencil eraser" - we moved to California where my ex told a group of kindergardeners to "take out your rubbers". The teacher was horrified!
CJaMs reply: Hi, i thought i had these words in the dictionary. Will have to check / update.
Added: March 4, 2014
Submitted by: Name: C Gunell From: As below E-mail: Contact
*Comments: The word I was referring to below was F aggot. It obscenity filtered it haha.