British vs American Vocabulary for Education

Learn differences between British vs American Vocabulary for Education in English.

British vs American Vocabulary for Education

A Mark —–<>—–  A grade, Point

(Academic) Staff —–<>—– Faculty

Autumn Term —–<>—– Fall Semester

College High School —–<>—– High School

Exam —–<>—– Test

Proffessor —–<>—– Full Professor 

Full Stop —–<>—– Period

Headmaster —–<>—– Principal

Holiday —–<>—– Vacation

Maths —–<>—– Math

Module —–<>—– Class

Open Day/ Everning —–<>—– Open House

Packed Lunch —–<>—– Sach, Bag Lunch

Play, Break Time —–<>—– Recess

Plimsolls —–<>—– Gym Shoes

Primary School —–<>—– Elementary School

Reception Year —–<>—– Pre-Kindergarten

Rubber —–<>—– Eraser

School Dinner —–<>—– Hot Lunch

Spring Term —–<>—– Spring Semester

Staff Room —–<>—– Teacher’s Lounge

Zed —–<>—– Zee

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British vs American Vocabulary for Education

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