Expat Learnings

Things I’ve learned as an American expat in the UKoGBaNI #18

Some European countries teach British English and others teach American English.

As a general observation, I’ve found that Eastern European countries + Russia + the Middle East speak American English and almost all other countries speak British English. When looking at a restaurant menu, one can never really be certain if “chips” means “potato chips/crisps” or fries.

First world problems.

For the next learning in my Expat Learnings mini series, go here. Alternatively, go here to read this mini series from the beginning.

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