The Differences Between England And America

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
Geography
Grade:
10

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The Differences Between England And America

The difference's between England and America

In Both, Countries we sound different but, we can still understand one another.The food in England has different names then, we do in the United States.

Facts:1. Big Ben does not refer to the clock, but actually the bell.2. When British people say “biscuits”, they are talking about what Americans call “cookies”. 3.Jesus is not as popular in the UK as He is in the USA.4.British policemen are also known as “Bobbies”, “Coppers”, “Dibbles”, “The Sweeney” and (among criminals) “The Filth”.5.“Tipping” is a very unpopular concept in the UK and should be done rarely and begrudgingly, at no more than 10%.6.The difference in england and America is, we drive on the right side and they drive on the life side .7.Not all British people sound or talk the same.

Facts:1.)1 out of every 8 Americans have been employed by McDonald's at some point.2.)Apple has more money than the U.S. Treasury.3.)In Montana, cows out number people 3 to 1.4.)1 American consumes the same amount of resources as 32 Kenyans.5.)The first person to own a slave in America was a black man.6.)College athletes are treated like celebrities. In reality, they are just students taking part in an extracurricular activity.7.)Though most Americans speak English, we have no official national language.8.) Roughly 25% of Americans believe in reincarnation.9.) 27% of Americans don't believe we landed on the moon.10.) The Library of Congress is keeping an archive of every tweet ever tweeted.

8. In England, British people drink tea for breakfast, lunch, and dinner or whenever they feel like it.

9. Most, rock bands originate from England. Such as, The Beatles,The Who, The Rolling Stones, and ETC.The Beatles was the first british band to come to America.


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