Look at these English words and their pronunciation.

now cow low , moth mother, broth brother, both bother ?

there here, pear hear, bear dear ?

read and read (past tense), bead dead, pay paid, say said ?

meat great threat, suite straight debt ?

hose rose dose lose, foe shoe goose choose ?

These words and other English spelling words are put into a song.

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American English, British English and Australian English

In Australia we say a mixture and some of our own 🙂

truck

gum boots

fries (for thin), chips (for big)

movie

taxi

torch

wardrobe

footy (rugby or aussie rules called AFL-Australian Football League)

sidewalk

lollies

lift

zipper

can

bickies

rubber

corn

luggage

queue (difficult spelling!)

tea towel

rubbish bin

runners

dummy

flat

singlet

autumn

chips

waistcoat

petrol station

subway

mail box or post box