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  1. 1. What English word do you use?



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How do you call the most global sport in the world?

 

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4 minutes ago, truthteller said:

straight people sports

 

Gays people also watch it

 

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A hybrid between football and soccer…I call it Homophobia !

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It depends where in the world you are and if you're using British or American English. 

 

What we call "football" is "soccer" in America, and when they say "football" they mean "American football".

 

Football (Soccer in US) vs American Football (Football in US) :

 

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It's the same as biscuits vs cookies, trainers vs sneakers, chips vs french fries. 

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Only one here to interchange between them so far, I guess it depends who I'm speaking with

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Football

 

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I live in the US but most people I know who watch the sport are immigrants from elsewhere… so I interchange, football when I’m talking to them or people from other countries, soccer when I’m talking to Americans

 

Not a big deal at all but some Americans get so heated when they hear “football” referring to not the NFL and some non-Americans get so heated when they hear “soccer”. It’s just a difference of dialect :michael:

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