US / UK / Aussie English Vocabulary Differences [KoreanBilly’s English]

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, October 24, 2017
  • Watch Part 2 Here: https://youtu.be/bmXHf6pL6jkSubscribe for more English videos: https://goo.gl/ueVoKUHi guys!Today, Korean Billy’s joined by American John, British Sam and Australian Bella!And we’re going to talk about vocabulary differences of American, British and Australian English!Hope you guys enjoy it! :)*Special thanks to John, Sam and Bella! :)KoreanBilly 인스타그램 : https://www.instagram.com/KoreanBillyKoreanBilly 트위터 : https://www.twitter.com/KoreanBilly
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  • Eel 52

     9 months ago

    When you already know English, but you have nothing else to do.

  • Stevejsidygm •

     4 days ago

    No Se ni Vergas

  • BallisticBB

     6 months ago

    Australia:Thins - ChipsCrisps - ChipsDoritos - ChipsFries - ChipsSmiths - ChipsCheetos - ChipsUs Australians are simple

  • Reece 2

     3 days ago

    Australia is not simple, you guys are the Florida of the global countries

  • Min Yoongi

     17 days ago

    *Flip-Flops appear*Oh the Mexican murder weapon we call “la chancla”

  • ht279261521

     3 days ago

    Te mamaste! 😂😂

  • Sneeki Breeki

     3 days ago

    We also have that in the philippines but we call them differently

  • Snot chunk

     6 months ago

    This should be called a korean a british and an american making fun of aussie english for 7 minutes straight

  • Banana Man

     10 days ago

    Please translate his comment tho guys.

  • xlaythe

     10 days ago

    @j5689 i only think of "copping a feel"

  • Liorah David

     6 months ago

    American: Food British: Food Aussie: FoodKorean: FoodMe: True love has been found

  • drhandle

     9 months ago

    Australians shorten everything because if we take too long to say something we have an increased chance of a swallowing a fly.

  • Liz Liz

     4 days ago

    HAHAHHHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAH

  • Bigman jim

     6 days ago

    If brits pronounce a consonant that isnt at the very start of a word we sound like posh twats lol

  • Tiffani Farrington

     a months ago

    Why would you get crisps with a sandwich?SMH why not? Lol

  • Catherine C

     2 days ago

    we do that in america

  • Vox Stoica

     7 months ago

    Off-License = You can sell alcohol to take off-premises (liquor store)On-License = You can sell alcohol but it must be consumed on premises (pub/bar)

  • a oblak

     10 days ago

    Nothing like going down to the LC, eh Randinator! Most Canadian provinces have Liquor Control Boards, so we say "liquor" a lot. Common phrase: I like liquor & whores! If you don't get any of these references, you are NOT a real Canadian!

  • Message

     13 days ago

    @Katie Cook true, there's one common door in and then you can go right to the alcohol section or left through a long passage to the actual supermarket. 🙂

  • A Bookish Obsession

     24 days ago

    "Icy pole""Icy pole? aww that's so cute"omg his reaction was precious

  • Katriel Ayala

     16 days ago

    Girl ik I wanted to see if someone mentioned it

  • Tommy Van

     3 days ago

    100 years later, Australia will have they own separate language that is completely different than English.