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  • Learn the British accent + British and American English terminology for 40 different food and drink items! When learning English it can get very confusing if you have teachers from across the world. This video I hope will help you clear it up. Did any of these surprise you? How many of them did you already know? Can you think of any more? Which terms do YOU use? Leave a comment!! And if you enjoyed this video please click like!! ================================================== Book me on CAMEO! I’ll make a short video dedicated to you saying anything you want! ▶ Learn ANY language online with a native speaker: ▶ Join me on PATREON for NEW videos EARLY + contact me directly to answer your questions: ▶ ================================================== Do you speak other languages? Would you like to add translated subtitles to one of my videos and get your name credited in the description? Your translations are greatly appreciated! Click HERE ▶ ================================================== I’m Mike from England and my videos mostly teach Arabic and English. I also do the occasional Arabic music video and travel video from somewhere cool I’ve been. Welcome to my channel. 🔴 ARABIC LESSONS: 🔴 ENGLISH LESSONS: 🔴 SINGING ARABIC SONGS: 🔴 TRAVEL VIDEOS: SUBSCRIBE for weekly videos! ▶ Add me on these things ↴ ☉ INSTAGRAM: ☉ SNAPCHAT: ☉ TWITTER: ☉ FACEBOOK: ================================================== Images from: Music: Daily Beetle by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence ( Source: Artist:
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  • Arabic Mike
    Arabic Mike 2 ay önce

    30 BRITISH Foods [Only In The UK]

  • Nerddork / Geniebop
    Nerddork / Geniebop 29 dakika önce

    I say icing and frosting but most everyone i know says icing and were all Americans

  • Athena
    Athena 2 saat önce

    Just imagine going to a ice cream shop and saying "Can i get extra hundreds and thousands on my ice cream?"
    Seriously XD

  • Athena
    Athena 2 saat önce

    Yes, you can get saltwater taffy in Wisconsin, not all the time though, usually only around valentine's day and stuff.

  • Jay Jay
    Jay Jay 2 saat önce

    Mike sounded so happy when he said "Tomato" Instead of "Tomato" 😂
    Huh looks like the old saying "Tomato, Tomato" really does mean smth

  • Rianna Bates
    Rianna Bates 2 saat önce

    dude us british calls sprinkles sprinkles like what are you

  • T Y L E R
    T Y L E R 2 saat önce

    Haven't heard anybody in America pronounce Nutella, Noo-tella

  • Avery Finney
    Avery Finney 4 saat önce

    I’m from Houston and when we went to Galveston in the spring, when the water was still to cold to swim in,we would always go to La Kings- it’s a dessert place on the strand (shopping center by the docks) and at La Kings they had handmade saltwater taffy. I always preferred their ice cream tbh

  • Ladan Ali
    Ladan Ali 4 saat önce

    Oh would you like some neeps and tatties with that?

  • Timber & Avery
    Timber & Avery 5 saat önce

    Ok but where’s this lady from because she’s wrong

  • Timber & Avery
    Timber & Avery 5 saat önce

    Yes, salt water taffy does exist in Wisconsin. Not often that I see it, though.

  • Genna's Loom
    Genna's Loom 5 saat önce

    In Wisconsin, you can get salt water taffy but it isn’t common.

  • Ella Miller
    Ella Miller 6 saat önce

    You can get salt water taffy in Wisconsin.... You can get it anywhere but its more common down there

  • Galactic Uniphant
    Galactic Uniphant 6 saat önce

    You can't get salt water taffy in Wisconsin. I don't think so.

  • Kyle Ellard
    Kyle Ellard 6 saat önce

    Were not that British they are sprinkles

  • jonny t
    jonny t 6 saat önce

    It's a turnip not a swede

  • Eli Holt
    Eli Holt 7 saat önce

    I dont ever think I have called Tin foil aluminum and I'm american

  • The Anonymous Cactus 98

    Again, some are wrong.

  • Craig Pottinger
    Craig Pottinger 8 saat önce

    Baked tatty 1:58

  • yo yo
    yo yo 9 saat önce

    For the sprinkles ... Hundreds and thousands is a brand

    TIAGO FLYNN 9 saat önce

    I call them sprinkles and I'm British, but isn't Hundreds and Thousands just the brand/name

  • Mahban
    Mahban 9 saat önce




  • Mahban
    Mahban 9 saat önce


    As a Brit, never in my life have I ever heard someone call them hundreds and thousands. They're sprinkles -.-

  • ehtropen elopen
    ehtropen elopen 9 saat önce

    A skillet is something different from a frying pan. She must not be very big in cooking. Saucepan is also different from a “pot”
    You are right crock pot is the brand
    Icing and frosting we use both here.
    We also use both for tin foil and aluminum foil.
    We say both seltzer and sparkling water.
    I have no idea wtf a salt water taffee is. I’d call them toffee.

  • FrycioXD
    FrycioXD 9 saat önce

    Can this kid make a YouTube channel?

  • Finlay Evans
    Finlay Evans 9 saat önce

    In Scotland, swede is called turnip and turnip is called swede.

  • MuseFX
    MuseFX 11 saat önce

    I’m British and I use all the British words accept from hundreds and thousands, wtf is that

  • Billy A
    Billy A 11 saat önce

    Some of this is lies I got to 18 this lies annoys me

  • Tina Ward
    Tina Ward 12 saat önce

    I'm one state over in Michigan and I sometimes get salt water

  • robert hingston
    robert hingston 12 saat önce

    Prawns and shrimp’s are got that completely wrong..
    Prawns have claws on three of their five pairs of legs, shrimp have claws on two of their five pairs of legs. Their gills and body shape are different too..

  • Glitter Lover101
    Glitter Lover101 13 saat önce

    I’m from America and I say both of some of these words

  • MaddyLovesNutella
    MaddyLovesNutella 13 saat önce

    I guess I’m British?

  • JakeB
    JakeB 13 saat önce

    Nah mate, they are sprinkles

  • Ruby Small
    Ruby Small 13 saat önce

    The girl is English

  • Rachel Bissett
    Rachel Bissett 14 saat önce

    IT’S A FREAKING TURNIP WHAT ARE YOU EVEN ON ABOUT ?!?!?. Look I’m from Scotland and I hate the stereotypes of that . We call it neeps but not all the time . Piss off

  • B for Beautiful
    B for Beautiful 15 saat önce

    Brinjal anyone...? No...? Just me and my fellow Singaporeans and Malaysians...? Okay....

    Gonna like my own comment I guess....

  • Joyce Styles
    Joyce Styles 15 saat önce

    As a directioner even I live in America, I already know a lot of British words because of one direction🤣💗

  • Snifey
    Snifey 15 saat önce

    Ah. the opposite pronounce of crispy potatoes slices and the pointy

  • Georgia The person
    Georgia The person 17 saat önce

    Americans are weird, jeez.

    ITZELISEEDITS! 19 saat önce

    the thing is ive only heard someone say sprinkle the hundreds and thousands once and that was of peppa pig when madam gazzelle was having a leaving party 😂😂