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BRITISH AND AMERICAN ENGLISH THROUGH PICTURES

There are differences in spelling for some words between Americans and British.
BritishAmerican
AutumFall
BritishAmerican
AeroplaneAirplane
BritishAmerican
AngryMad
BritishAmerican
AerialAntena
BritishAmerican
BuscuitCookie
BritishAmerican
Book stallNews stand
BritishAmerican
Bar of chocolateCandy bar
BritishAmerican
Cinema houseMovie theatre
BritishAmerican
Currency noteBill
BritishAmerican
Car parkParking lot
BritishAmerican
ConsultantSpecialist
BritishAmerican
Exercise bookComposition book
BritishAmerican
FilmMovie
BritishAmerican
FlatApartment
BritishAmerican
Full stopPeriod
BritishAmerican
Hand bagPurse
BritishAmerican
IllSick
BritishAmerican
JamJelly
BritishAmerican
LorryTruck
BritishAmerican
Level crossingGrade crossing
BritishAmerican
LagerBeer
BritishAmerican
Main roadHighway
BritishAmerican
Police ConstablePatrol man
BritishAmerican
PostMail
BritishAmerican
PunctureFlat
BritishAmerican
Post codePin code
BritishAmerican
QueueLine
BritishAmerican
RubberEraser
BritishAmerican
RailwayRail road
BritishAmerican
Ring upCall
BritishAmerican
ShopStore
BritishAmerican
Street beggarPan holder
BritishAmerican
SweetsCandy
BritishAmerican
Skipping ropeJump rope
BritishAmerican
SellotapeScotch tape
BritishAmerican
Sports manAthlete
BritishAmerican
TaxiCab
BritishAmerican
Time tableSchedule
BritishAmerican
TrousersPants
BritishAmerican
Traffic lightStop light
BritishAmerican
TorchFlash light
BritishAmerican
Water tapFaucet
BritishAmerican
Visiting CardCalling Card
BritishAmerican
MadCrazy
BritishAmerican
PetrolGasoline
BritishAmerican
LuggageBaggage
BritishAmerican
ChipsCrisps
BritishAmerican
Sun riseSun up
BritishAmerican
Sun setSun down
BritishAmerican
Primary schoolElementary school

Learning Competency

Modal auxiliaries are used for
1.Probability - will ought
2.Possibility - can, could, may, might