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      Is it Britain or Briton?

      My psychology book uses the "O" one. It caught me off guard. Can they both be used interchangebly or is the "o" one politically correct?
      Last edited by NeoSioType; 09-26-2008 at 02:48 AM.

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      It depends on how most people say it, but it is really Britain.

      People like to say briton..I say britin...But it is Britain.

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      Breton? No, that's a cracker.

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      Briton = nationality (alternative to British)

      I am a Briton, and I live in Britain
      I am British, and I live in Britain

      *edit*
      but if anyone asks, I'm English....
      and I live in England

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      The south-east of England (that makes a huge difference)
      Last edited by Ynot; 09-26-2008 at 02:53 AM.

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      Yeah, Briton is like American.

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      Agreed, but what American says anything right?

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