After studies that showed less than 3% of the population is fluent in English in Brazil, SEDA College Online offers 50% of discount on the annual plan on Black Friday.
Researches show that the whole world reveal that besides not developing a better dominance over the English language, Brazil also went from the 41st place to the 53rd in English proficiency around the world.
The country, which is the biggest in Latin America and counts with the 4th biggest city in the world, kept the low level in knowledge of the language, being that an obstacle for the country’s development.
The online English platform SEDA College Online wishes to contribute massively to the change of the Brazilian statistics regarding the English language.
With the goal of delivering quality content, and making English learning possible to all, in the Black Friday week we are going to offer 50% discount on the annual plan!
HOW TO BUY?
SEDA College Online is a platform which works with English teaching through more than 30 online courses, from basic to advanced, with themes like “English for business”, “phrasal verbs”, “Linkedin”, among others.
The offer will be available from Wednesday (21/11) and will be limited, that is why you should ensure your ticket soon!
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Like we mentioned before, there are words that differ between British English and American English. Normally, we learn American English, and that is why some words, expressions, and pronunciation from the British English are new. Therefore, we present here 20 words that differ used to refer to types of food. Check them out!
British English VS American English
1) Dessert |Afters (informal)
Even though the most common word is still ‘dessert’ for both nations, if you hear someone asking for an ‘after’ in a restaurant, don’t think they want to take the party somewhere else.
2) Aubergine | Eggplant
Europeans might be confused if you ask for an ‘eggplant’.
3) Banger (informal) | Sausage
Another word that is very common is ‘sausage’, however, the original in Europe is banger.
4) Biscuit | Cookie
This is well known and you probably studied about it at school. If you go to America and order a biscuit, don’t be surprised if you get a cake.
5) Candy floss | Cotton candy
Candy floss? Cotton candy is known like that in the UK. The original is ‘Fairy Floss’ and it is used in countries like New Zealand and Australia.
6) Chips | French fries
If you order chips while in Europe, they will give you some French Fries, as known in America.
Learning English by oneself is a task that demands dedication and a lot of research on the language. Did you know that there are differences between countries that have English as an official language? Just for you to check this out, SEDA College Online will show you 45 different words that are different from American to British English. Check it out!
The differences between these two can be related to the term used to name the same word, the meaning it has, the pronunciation or the spelling.