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Which sentence shows the correct style in British and American English from the choices below?

Scone and cookie (British); cookie and scone (American)

Scone and cookie (British); cookie and scone (American)

Cookie (British); cookie (American)

Cookie (British); scone (American)

None of the above

Answer:
Scone and cookie (British); cookie and scone (American)
Scone and cookie (British); cookie and scone (American)

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Choose the correct verb tense for British and American English from the choices below.

Dreamed or dreamt (British); usually dreamed (American)

Dreamed (British); usually dreamt (American)

Dreamt (British); usually dreamt (American)

Dreamed or dreamt (British); usually dreamt and dreamed (American)

Answer:
Dreamed or dreamt (British); usually dreamed (American)