Real Life English for the U.S., the U.K., and Australia

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Would you be comfortable travelling anywhere with your English? Did you know that English can be extremely different depending on what country you’re in?

Learn English That You Can Use Anywhere

Today you will learn some basic English that you can use anywhere. Whether you ask for the bathroom in the U.S., the loo in England, or the water closet in Prague–you can feel confident that you are using the correct term for each country.

Let’s take a look at this awesome infographic from Kaplan that shows different terms used in Oceania, North America, and the UK. Did you already know any of these? Have you used these terms?

Kaplan Teenager English

Improve Your English Every Day

Remember that the best way to remember new vocabulary is to use it right away! Put new terms that you learn on Anki and practice them every day on your computer or smartphone.

Where do you want to travel? What kind of English are you learning (American, British, Australian, etc.)? Let us know below in the comments! We’d love to hear from you.

Need more ways to practice you English daily? Then we recommend that you download our report on the five best free English learning resources at the top right corner.

  • Chad Fishwick says:

    Hey G

    • Ethan Zinho says:

      I felt that the N. American ones were a little inaccurate, for the US anyway. Other than bro, we use that a lot. How were the Aussie terms, ya little ripper?

  • Chad Fishwick says:

    Hey G

  • Mary says:

    Australia! I would like to go there that’s my biggest dream!

  • like this

  • mounera says:

    Its like we need to learn “their” English from skratch! UH! Isn’t English the dominant languahe? Why they don’t just stuck on one form!!

  • I didn't get the G nor the Fam term of endearment! Could anyone break down those to me please?

  • Gr8 terms. Thx for the information.