#272: 20 British vs American BABY Vocabulary Differences + Special Announcement!
Today, Ethan and Andrea are going to discuss baby vocabulary, as well as the differences between American and British English when it comes to this type of vocabulary. If you have or are soon to have a baby, or if you have young nephews or nieces, this episode is going to come in handy! And we have a very special announcement to make, which may or may not have to do with today’s topic.
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- Bundle of joy
- To jog
- Nifty (things)
- To bundle up
- Nail file
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