There are some things and phrases I like from English English better than American English. In America we mostly refer to post secondary education as "college". I am going to college next year" "What college did you go to?" In the U.K. you guys refer to it as uni or university, right? I prefer that. We only say university if it in the name "I went to Rutgers University" "I go to the University of Virginia". I don't even like saying college. It probably is because I don't feel comfortable talking about college with other people.
coke wrote:Seems right to me "grey" is grey, for us.
SuperJail Warden wrote:That reminds me of something from earlier this week. I gave a small note I wrote on to someone with the word Grey on it. In America we are supposed to use Gray which I forget to do. I don't think I will ever accept spelling it with an A either.
But "glidding" I'm pretty sure ain't right in anyone's book.
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