Yikes, I chose British-American English and got many wrong. You'd think by now I'd know.
You call the car windshield a windscreen?
Coriander is the same as our cilantro? I don't get it - we have coriander and cilantro. I have both in my kitchen. I chose allspice.
I thought a barrister was a lawyer, but apparently you specify between a someone who represents someone in court (barrister) and someone who deals with wills and other legal issues (solicitor). Do they have different education? They are all lawyers in the U.S., though they can specialize.
Originally posted by bethree5: That was fun, Bob. They were new to me, but I guessed everything except the one that means picking up litter while jogging (& forgot it already). Odd thing to make a word for.
Exactly the same here.
"No man but a blockhead ever wrote except for money." Samuel Johnson.
So, I had to laugh. After looking at this thread and not doing as well as I thought I would do on the test, I listened to another Agatha Raisin series book. She was in her car, and it started raining, So, she turned on her _________________? LOL Synchronicity!