No, the UK is East of the US.
No the US is not united UK.
The US and UK are two different countries. The US is the United States of America, and the UK is the United Kingdom.The UK colonized the US into what it is now.
France and Germany and the UK
No, because the US and the UK are in different regions UK-Pal US-NTSC.
There are several instances where the US spelling differs from the UK version: sulfur (US) sulphur (UK) aluminum (US) aluminium (UK) color, honor, labor, vigor (US) colour etc (UK)
US and UK allow Dual citizenship. A person can be a US citizen and a citizen of UK if he/she desires to. But if a person applies to get naturalized as a citizen of UK when he/she is already a US citizen, then it will lead to losing US citizenship.So a person can have US & UK citizenship as long he/she is not a naturalized citizen of UK.
Editors note: This list is always growing. If you know of a difference in language that doesn't appear here, please feel free to add it under the appropriate sub-heading below. If there is no appropriate sub-heading just add a new one. Please try to present your additional translations in the same format as shown in order to avoid confusion. Any personal comments should be posted on the discussion page. Many thanks.1. Pronunciation:Fillet (Steak): UK: "Fill-it", US: "Fill-ay".Tomato: UK "Tom-ah-toe", US "Tom-ay-toe"2. Spelling:UK: colour, US: colorUK:neighbour, US: neighbor3. Differences in words and meaning:Words for vehicles:UK: Bonnet, US: HoodUK: Bumper, US: FenderUK: Boot, US: TrunkUK: Hire, US: RentalUK: Taxi, US: CabUK: Flyover, US: OverpassUK: Gearbox, US: TransmissionUK: Crank-shaft, US: CamshaftUK: Selector, US: ShifterUK: Manual / Automatic (Gearbox), US: Stick-shift / AutoUK: underground, US: subwayWords for clothing:UK: Pants US: Briefs / UnderwearUK: Trousers, US: PantsUK: Waistcoat, US: VestUK: Wallet, US: Billfold / PocketbookUK: Handbag, US: Pocketbook / PurseUK: Bum-bag, US: Fanny-packUK: Nappy, US: DiaperWords for people & anatomy:UK: Tramp, US: BumUK: Bum / Arse, US: Butt / Fanny/ assUK: Copper / Bobby / Pig / Rozzer, US: CopWords for food:UK: Chips, US: Fries / French-friesUK: Crisps, US: ChipsUK: Take away, US: Take outUK: Quarter, US: QuartUK: Jam, US: JellyUK: Jelly, US: JelloWords for places:UK: Shop, US: StoreUK: lift, US: elevatorUK:pavement, US:sidewalkWords for things:UK: Cotter Pin, US: Cotler pin / Split pinUK: Circlip, US: Snap clipUK: spanner US: wrenchUK: Fag, US: Cigarette4. Grammar Differences:UK: have/has got, US: have/hascentre = centercolour = coloraeroplane = airplanemoustasche = mustaschepyjamas = pajamassledge = sledlitre = literorganise/organize = organizeanalyse = analyzetravelled = traveledliscence = licenseStructural DifferencesThe use of the conjunction and in some sentencesUK: Come and be my teacher.US: Come be my teacher. (and is omitted)
UK sizes are one smaller than US. So a UK 11 is a US 12, and a US 11 is a UK 10.
The conversion from UK to US gallons is: UK gallons x 1.201 = US gallons
No. The US owes money to the UK, but it is part of its national debt, and not a 'tax', which the UK has no power to impose on the US.
to convert UK sizes to US you subtract 2 sizes from the UK size. e.g. US Size 0 = UK Size 4 US Size 2 = UK Size 6 US Size 4 = UK Size 8 US Size 6 = UK Size 10 US Size 8 = UK Size 12 US Size 10 = UK Size 14 US Size 12 = UK Size 16
It looks like the UK gallon originated from the 'ale gallon' while the US gallon originated from the 'wine gallon'. See related Wikipedia link.
well im from the US and I'm a size 0 here and would be a size 4 in the UK. that means that: US Size 2 = UK Size 6 US Size 4 = UK Size 8 US Size 6 = UK Size 10 US Size 8 = UK Size 12 US Size 10 = UK Size 14 US Size 12 = UK Size 16 - so a UK size 8 would make you a us size 4! ~beelover
Kind of. England is one of the four countries in the UK, and in England, there are 83 counties. Within those counties there are cities. So if you compare it to the US, the UK and the US could be considered the countries, the four countires in the UK would be compared to the states we have in the US (ex: Georgia, Florida, New Jersey), their counties, (ex: Cheshire) would be just like the counties we have in the US, and just like the US, there are cities within the counties (ex: Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, England, UK). Hope that helps.
In women's clothing, a UK size 12 is a US size 8. A women's UK shoe size 12 is a US 14 and a men's UK shoe size 12 is a US 12.5.
No, the UK is much smaller than the US.
It's your shoe size in the United Kingdom.Because the United States uses the older, outdated imperial system, while the United Kingdom uses the modern, updated metric system, the measurements are different.UK and US shoe size comparisons:UK Size 2 = US Size 4.5UK Size 2.5 = US Size 5UK Size 3 = US Size 5.5UK Size 3.5 = US Size 6UK Size 4 = US Size 6.5UK Size 4.5 = US Size 7UK Size 5 = US Size 7.5UK Size 5.5 = US Size 8UK Size 6 = US Size 8.5UK Size 6.5 = US Size 9UK Size 7 = US Size 9.5UK Size 7.5 = US Size 10UK Size 8 = US Size 10.5
yes they have been allies for about 100 yrs! but not as long as like cannada and places like this!:).........
Well, there is local governments in the UK. I think.
no only UK games play on UK consoles, and US games to not play on UK consoles
Sometimes. A US citizen can marry anybody he/she likes. If a US citizen marries a UK citizen, that alone will not entitle him/her to UK citizenship. The US Citizen will stand to lose the US citizenship if he/she applies to get naturalized as a US citizen. UK citizenship can be acquired sometimes by descent.