I'm going to talk like an American!

So I saw an AUTOMOBILE while getting out of the ELEVATOR. It nearly knocked over a TRASH CAN. Luckily nobody was putting out the GARBAGE at the time. :smile:

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I just Love this face-:stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:
makes me laugh
I like Israel more than America.
I will only move somewhere if I’m not happy with the situation
But dynamic guys make it in Israel as well.

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Don’t forget to wear your fanny pack whilst doing so.

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look over there! An ALUMINUM DIPLODICUS!

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Fish and french fries.

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Wut since when do Americans say automobile everyone just says car! :red_car:

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lol … We use the word Car here in the States.
Nobody uses the word Automobile really :slight_smile:

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And I’m going to hang up without saying goodbye next time I’m on my CELL!

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What? When did Americans stop using AUTOMOBILE?! I’m crushed!

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Baby you can drive my car…yes I’m gonna’ be a star…

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It’s been at least as long as I’ve been alive. I have never once heard someone say automobile unless they were being intentionally pretentious.

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you do hear auto parts though…haha.

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In the America different words and pronunciations are used based on what part of the country you live in:

Queens, NY (where I was born and raised): Ar we goin’ to Lawn Eye-Lin, or what?
Boston, MA: Martha, did you paaark da’ caaar?
Anywhere in Alabama: Is BillyBob and JackieSue going mudbogging tonight?

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#yeaBuddy #YOLO-situational Dig Dug m9 always hype.

If you want to be formal, it’s VEHICLE.

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Are you talking about pahking the cahh in Hahvahd yahd? My mother was raised in Boston.

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there’s place where people say “mate” at end of sentences.

got me excited until I realized it was custom…

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Where’s me a dog???

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Let’s hear the same phrase in your country’s dialect, if you would? Yeah definitely not automobile.

I’m Australian and a US internet friend said once I write like an American.

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