Is LEGO English or American?
Lego is actually Danish and means 'Play Well' in Danish.
No, it is Danish.
The name 'LEGO' is an abbreviation of the two Danish words "leg godt", meaning "play well". (This is confirmed on the Lego website)
People who are American speak American English and people who are British speak British English.
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Cancelling is the way you spell it in British English and Canceling is how you spell it in American English. Cancelling is the way you spell it in British English and Canceling is how you spell it in American English. Cancelling is the way you spell it in British English and Canceling is how you spell it in American English. Cancelling is the way you spell it in British English and Canceling is how you… Read More
Lego mindstorms are the newest toy created by the American based company "lego" they are used (mostly by children ages 10 to 16) to create toy robots, which can perform basic functions, such as walking.
American English has not dominated global English.
No. American people are not English people. American people are from America, English people are from England.
How can you combine these two sentences by using coordination and subordination American English is like British English in many ways American English is spoken in the US?
American English is like British English in many ways, but american english is spoken in the United states.
Lego is English for Let Godt which means play well. The Lego company started making wooden toys in 1932. In 1947, Lego shipped a plastic injection molding machine from england and started making plastic bricks. In 1958, Lego managed to get a patent on 6 different types of brick. Now, Lego is registered in 33 countries. So the Lego Company was started 1932. And the first Lego Brick was made in 1958. No-one really knows… Read More
miley Cyrus is American but she can speak English because American people do speak English and miley Cyrus has a American accent
1 Basic American English is older than English English. The transplanted colonials in America were linguistically conservative, and American English retains forms and usages that disappeared from English English. 2 American English is influenced hugely by African speech patterns.
There's no such thing as "American." American English is a dialect of English that is more has more than 95% lexical similarity to British English.
Varieties of the English language include American English, British English, and African-American English. There are also Chicano English and Canadian English.
english and american currency are both different english money is the pound (£) and american money is dollars ($)
American isn't a language. English is spoken in the US as well as Spanish. The English is often called "American English" as there are differences compared to "British English"
Rica Brenner has written: 'Ten modern poets' -- subject- s -: American Poets, American poetry, Biography, English Poets, English poetry, History and criticism, Poets, American, Poets, English 'Poets of our time' -- subject- s -: English Poets, History and criticism, English poetry, American poetry, American Poets 'Poets of our time' -- subject- s -: American Poets, American poetry, Biography, English Poets, English poetry, History and criticism 'Twelve American poets before 1900' -- subject- s… Read More
Learnt is American. The English say 'learned'
There are some common rules for American English. * Where UK, Australian and NZ English often use the letter group of our, in American English the u is omitted. In the following examples, the first is UK English and the second is American English: favourite / favorite neighbour / neighbor colour / color * UK English uses an s where American English often substitutes a z. In the following examples, the first is UK English… Read More
American English is the English spoken in the United States, which differs in some ways from English spoken in Britain and other countries.
English but his parents are American
"American" in English is américain for a male and américaine for a female in French.
present: recognise (British English), recognize (American English) past: recognised (British English), recognized (American English)
tagalog translation of "peste lng...sige ka kamago lego?"
Try to go on toonland and watch it here
You speak English instead of speaking Yiddish.
British-English: "Could I have a pint of best bitter please?" American-English: "Give me a beer."
The United States of America ... that would be why they call it American English.
It is an American word! The question is redundant; you are asking if something is of the English language or of the English language. The American dialect is English, therefore the word "suck" is an English word. It is used as slang, and likely more primarily by American teenagers in conversations with their parents, teachers, and other authority figures--American teenagers are quite articulate. :)
Old English is modern English's ancestor. OE dates from approx. 450 - 1100 AD. American English is a dialect of "English"
Yes, the American version is in American english.
This website (wiki.answers.com) is American. The English do use it, but it was created in America.
Answers.com prefers American English.
hallow is used in American English. It means to sanctify.
he is English
In Danish Lego means LEg GOdt. In English this means play well/ good. In Latin it means to gather, choose, collect, pass through, read, appoint, select
An English 5 is an American 7 or 7.5
Amy Gillett has written: 'Speak Business English Like an American' 'Speak English Like an American for Native Chinese Speakers' 'More speak English like an American' 'Speak English Like an American' -- subject(s): Textbooks for foreign speakers, Idioms, Spoken English, English language, Conversation and phrase books
You can't have a real answer to this question, because (American) English is derived from (British) English. The majority of the rules are the same. English adapts to whatever area it is being taught in.
I sincerely hope you're referring to English. Not American. -------------------------------------------------------------- The person asks a valid question. There is a great difference between English and American, even though Americans say they speak english. Because of this, however, to answer the question, I am unaware of a teaching reference directly related to American english as opposed to standard english.
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The word is spelt enrolment in British English and enrollment in American English. By extension, the associated verb is spelt enrol in British English and enroll in American English.
What is the specific differences between English American English British English Canada and English Australian?
Some of the specific differences are in the accent. The letter 'r' is pronounced more strongly in the US and Canada than it is in Britain and Australia. There are some common spelling differences between the different forms of English. Where UK, Australian and NZ English often use the letter group of our, in American English the u is omitted. In the following examples, the first is UK English and the second is American English… Read More
American bulldog is the tall one English is the short one
how can they be 'English American' immigrants if they havent come to America already....
The English pound (1.00) is worth $1.64 in American dollars.
What is the translation to English of the Native American word Patalaska