Are you a British "lingophile"?
Are you an Anglophile? Do you love language and all the meaning behind it? Do you love to note the differences between American and British colloquialisms? Do you wonder how words came into being and how their use morphed over the centuries? If you said "yes" to any of those questions, this may very well be the quiz for you!
British and American Engish is mostly the same, but then again, it's decidedly different, too—there are many words that are different for even the most common things. From "bathroom" to "truck" to "soccer" and "cotton candy," the British translation of these words is so different it may take a while to understand even though we're all speaking the same tongue. If you love languages of all kinds, take this quiz to see if you know what the British translation for the American word is. Do you think you have what it takes? Well, put those skills to the test and find out!
By playing a Women.com quiz, you will not only enjoy yourself, but you'll work your mind out too! You may even be exposing it to new things and while you probably know all the answers here—we believe you're a trivia whiz, after all—there is a chance you may learn something you DIDN'T know. Everyone can use a little extra knowledge, don't you think? We sure do! Let's shout it out loud in whatever language we use!