Jim said, startled and over-loud, snatching up one of the Britishisms
he used to keep life at bay.
Following coverage of exam preparation, and practical and communication skills, stations on disorders by body system include case information, discussion points, hints and tips, color illustrations, and some Britishisms
In the few weeks I've been back I've seen the mutation of nouns into verbs; the misuse of the reflexive or subjective pronoun for the proper objective pronoun; dangling modifiers and phrases; and the oddly promiscuous use of Britishisms
Fortunately, the fluid Spanish rendition allows Spanish speakers to give attention to the many impressive revelations and plot twists and ignore Britishisms
, Welsh phrases, and American English restrictions.
Fifty Shades" is also full of distracting Britishisms
that these American characters would never utter.
The third identifies the problems of "Transported Images" (119-23) such as cultural Britishisms
like "stile" and "afternoon tea.
At times Perlman and Cage affect stagy Britishisms
, while at others they spew such phrases as "They must've jumped the fence" like proper Americans; and bonafide Brit Stephen Graham's character is inexplicably given to lapse into the patois of an old-timey Brooklyn newsboy.
There are many Britishisms
that are still in current use but
We tried to take all the Britishisms
away without losing the essential humour," said Rock.
To support this claim, she concocted a wildly theatrical accent that combined those of movie stars she considered royalty, such as Zsa Zsa Gabor or Marlene Dietrich, with those of French chanteuses, Russian ballerinas, and imaginary Romanian countesses, adding occasional Britishisms
adopted from her cousin-by-marriage, Jean Alfus.
Be prepared, also, for a few Britishisms
imposed by the publisher ("transport", "lorry", "petrol").
pose no problems and are sometimes unintended sources of smiles.