Snacks and desserts in Britain

Vocabulary exercises to help learn words for some snacks and desserts in Britain.

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Hello bud,

In British English, 'biscuits' are a sweet, baked food. In American English, these are called 'cookies'. In American English, a biscuit is a kind of bread, usually about the size of a cupcake and eaten with gravy.

By the way, could you please change your username so that it's written in Roman letters so that everyone can read it?

Thanks in advance.

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Kirk

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Submitted by Sabrasriya on Mon, 17/02/2020 - 13:00

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I like to eat biscuit for dessert. I live in Srilanka.

Submitted by JTEROBA on Fri, 21/06/2019 - 04:50

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I prefer nuts and sometimes ice cream. In my city there are a lot of desserts such as borrachitos, tortas de santa clara and camotes, however I do not eat it.
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Submitted by mtalebi on Sat, 09/02/2019 - 04:52

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I like to eat ice cream,chocolate, and cake. In my country, Iran, there are some desserts such as "Palode shirazi", "Halva lari", "Gaz Isfahan","Sohan Qom".

Submitted by ingenierocronos on Tue, 05/02/2019 - 14:30

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Hi. I prefer eat deserts with less sugar, but sometimes i eat ice cream and cakes.

Submitted by Ervin88 on Thu, 10/01/2019 - 05:56

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I can't see the PDF files, why is that??

Hello Ervin88,

There are no .pdf files on this page. Not every page has them, I'm afraid. It is possible that we will add them in the future but we are a small team here at LearnEnglish and creating pdf files is quite a time-intensive task for us.

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team