Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hello everyone, welcome back to English with Lucy. Today I want to talk to you about ten vocabulary differences between American English and British English. So, Let's get started. The first one and a lot of you might know. This one is what the British call "football" and what the Americans call "soccer". Now of course we will understand each other, but it can get confusing because Americans have "American football", which is a completely different game. Number two, "chips" and "crisps" For us, crisps are these, crunchy fried potatoes, which usually served cold. But the Americans call them "chips". It's even more confusing when we get on to number three because what Americans call "french fries" we then call "chips". So french fries for Americans and chips for the British are "Hot fried soft potatoes". These. Number four, what we call "trousers" Americans call "pants". However it gets even more confusing because when we gets to number five, what Americans call "ｕnderwear" we call "pants". So pants for Americans are trousers, something you wear over your underwear. Number six, "gas" versus "petrol" For us, petrol is the liquid petroleum that you put into your car, and Americans call this "gas". Yes, it's confusing because gas for us only refers to something that is in its gaseous form. Something neither a solid nor liquid—a gas. The next one, "biscuit" and "cookie". For the British, we refer to one of these as a biscuit and Americans call it a cookie. Number eight, "trunk" versus "boot" For us, the compartment in the back the car is called a boot, which is also a word that can refer to a specific type of shoe, but for Americans it's just trunk. Number nine, what we call a "jumper" Americans will call a "sweater". So make sure you remember both of these ones. So this for me is a jumper but for Americans, it would be a sweater. Number ten, "high school" versus "secondary school" In Britain we call the final school that you attend "secondary school". But in America they call it "high school". Alright guys, that's it for today. I hope you learned something new. If you're interested in British English pronunciation, then make sure you attend my free live British pronunciation and vocabulary lesson, which is every Sunday at four thirty GMT London time on my '' English with Lucy '' Facebook page. You can also follow me on Instagram. I like to share lots of photos of my daily life on there. And don't forget to subscribe and I will see you for another lesson very very soon mwah!