An American guide to British English for the London Olympics

In 1882, Oscar Wilde wrote about his native England: “We have really everything in common with America nowadays except, of course, language.” That still rings true today. So if you’re one of the estimated 250,000 Americans going to the Olympics Games in London this summer, you might want to pack a dictionary. For English-to-English translations. [...]

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