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Old November 2nd, 2007, 8:20 pm
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Re: "separated by a common language"

Originally Posted by mac_attack View Post
What is the difference in puddings? Here, pudding is dessert. Is it different over there?
Pudding is dessert (as in the course) and also the name for specific hot desserts like steamed sponge pudding.

I've heard lots of people say "hire" instead of "rent" (ex: "we're going to hire a car") So do you guys use hire to mean as in "hired at a job", or is there another word for that?
Rent (the verb) is usually just applied to property, while hire is more general.

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