Do you still have a moment of doubt when you want to call the…, well, a taxi or a cab?
Which word is correct? Both are, but you have to make a decision which English you want to use: British or American. It’s especially important when you write, not only an essay, article, or blog post, but also a tweet or Facebook update.
Why? Because eating cookies in a taxi on a motorway is insane.
What is one main difference between American and British English? Short answer, vocabulary. In this infographic, we’ve illustrated 63 common everyday words that are different.
What I like about this infographic is that it’s concise. You’ll see here 60 icons representing people, objects, or activities, accompanied with only two words.
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Via Design Taxi.
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