Is apartment British or American?
American and British English – Vocabulary – A – M
|American English||British English|
|apartment (flat: apartment with a single floor)||flat|
|baby carriage, baby buggy, stoller||pram, pushchair|
Biscuit (UK) / Cookie (US)
In the US, cookies are flat, round snacks made of sweet dough. In the UK, these are generally called biscuits, although people do call the bigger, softer kind cookies, too.
What does flat mean in British?
1 `flat’ In British English, a flat is a set of rooms for living in, usually on one floor of a large building. She lived in a tiny furnished flat near Sloane Square. 2 `apartment’ In American English, a set of rooms like this is usually called an apartment.
What is holiday called in British English?
Holiday is used in both American and British English. American – A holiday is a time of year when people are celebrating a festival, usually religious. That’s why when Christmas comes, Americans say Happy Holidays! British – A holiday is the same as when Americans say vacation.
Which is correct appartment or apartment?
Which is the correct spelling? Apartment is the correct spelling of the word. Appartment is incorrect and should not be used in English.