Pop or Soda? Dinner or Supper? – Which Term Do You Use? [POLL]
Two words that mean the exact same thing are pretty common in the English language. Some of these terms are a regional saying or just how one’s parents used them, so they are inherited. Certain words, more than others seem to spark debate. Do you say “pop” or “soda”? “Dinner” or “supper”? The list goes on. Let’s settle this once and for all.
Soda or Pop?
Dinner or Supper?
Sneakers or Tennis Shoes?
Sucker or Lollipop?
Beanie or Stocking Cap?
These are some of the most highly debated words that mean the same thing. What are some other words that you use that others use differently? Leave a comment with the words that others use that annoy you.