Muzzy – I’m… Have a…

I’m often asked what’s the difference between British English and American English. In this exercise, you will see British English. They often use the phrasing “have + noun” for everyday tasks. In American English we might use “take + noun” or a completely different format all together.

This exercise is very easy to do by the pictures alone. This is a great time to practice reading and pronunciation. I read this with my student and make sure they go slow. Especially on words like hamburger which students often try to pronounce like the Russian гамбургер.

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