How well do you know British slang and its often idiosyncratic language (especially its regional variations)?
Take our quiz to find out.
For each of the 20 questions, click on the ‘Next’ arrow to find the correct answer and then to move to the next question.
Here’s the first question anyway:
What is the meaning of the Cockney rhyming slang phrase to “have a butchers”?
- Take a look (butcher’s hook = look)
- Get married (butcher’s knife = wife)
- Lose your temper (butcher’s shop = strop)
- Tease somebody (butcher’s block = mock)