Native English speakers and teachers!
Would you please help me to know what a memory equipment which is connected with the USB port to my computer is called in English countries?
We call it 'flash' or rarely 'cool-disk' (but it's not circle, it's in the size of a small eraser you put in your pocket to have information anywhere and to transfer them wherever happens)
In the UK, we would say "flash-drive", but not just "flash".
We use the term, "memory stick" too.
buggles (not a teacher).
I use "flash drive" and "pen drive" (shortened to "pen"). However, if I went into a computer shop to buy one, I would ask for a "memory stick".
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Flash drive, memory stick, thumb drive.
'Thumb drive', 'pen drive' and 'pen' are all new to me. Mind you, that's not really surprising - I was still storing things on cassettes until my X81 finally gave up the ghost a couple of years ago.