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    The difference btw Cookie and Biscuit

    Could you please let me know the differences when referring to the food?

    And similarly Garden and park?


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    Re: The difference btw Cookie and Biscuit

    In the UK a biscuit is a small, flat, baked cake, either sweet or plain. A cookie is the American term, usually used for sweet ones. I have seen "biscuit" used in America for a form of bakery called a Scone in the UK.

    A Garden is generally the cultivated piece of ground around a domestic building, wheareas a Park is a large area of ground, which may have woods and fields, attached to a large country house. Urban parks are more formal than these, and can include gardens.

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    Re: The difference btw Cookie and Biscuit

    Thank you for your explanation and I'll go and get some pictures for further understanding

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