While in Britain, no doubt you will encounter British people. While in London, you will no doubt encounter some Londoners. Wherever you find yourself while in the British Isles, you will be communicating with people from this small, yet, mighty island we like to call: The United Kingdom. Oh, you thought there would not be a language barrier seeing that you already speak English? Please know that means nothing. Luckily, I am here to help you decode a few British English phrases. You are welcome. Sheesh, I wish someone had done this for me. Ok, let’s do this.
1. ‘With the greatest respect’
If a British person says this to you-it actually means: you are an idiot.
2. ‘Quite good’
Nope. This is not the true meaning. What it REALLY means is: ‘mediocre, bordering on disappointing’
3. ‘Very admirable of you’
Hah! If someone says this to you it means: ‘You…
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