Correção de texto: Pop, coke, soda

Avatar do usuário Andrezzatkm 4820 1 8 105
Do you want a pop? How about a soda? I'd rather a soda. I think you know all of them is the same. It is funny, how word can change from a side the coutry to another. In the south it is commun they ask for a coke, in the north is is more commum they ask for a pop. Pop seem extrange to me but i know it is corret. It happen whit other words and expresions that may have most of one way to say them.
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Avatar do usuário Artful Dodger 4500 6 13 103
Andrezzatkm escreveu:Do you want a pop? How about a soda? I'd rather a soda. I think you know all of them is the same. It is funny, how word can change from a side the coutry to another. In the south it is commun they ask for a coke, in the north is is more commum they ask for a pop. Pop seem extrange to me but i know it is corret. It happen whit other words and expresions that may have most of one way to say them.


Do you want a pop? How about a soda? I'd rather have a soda. I think you know all of them are the same. It is funny how words can change from a side of the coutry to another. In the south, it is common to ask for a coke, whereas in the north, it is more common to ask for a pop. Although pop may seem strange to me, I know it is corret. Other words and idioms can also be expressed in more than one way.

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