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    Fancy a brew

    I'm wondering if 'fancy a brew' is BrE or AmE or whoever?

    Please help.


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    Re: Fancy a brew

    I would say BrE, as it is a short form for "Would you like a brew of [=some OR a cup of] tea".

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    Re: Fancy a brew

    Thanks a lot. : )

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