Can I go to bathroom English?

Can I go to bathroom English?

In England one would say “Can I go to the toilet” or “May I use your loo”. Even in private houses where the toilet is in the bathroom, one would ask for the toilet.

How do you say I have to go to the bathroom in English?

The most polite way of being excused to go to the bathroom is simply by saying “excuse me” and then go or you can say “ excuse me, I really need to wash up” and then look at your hands as if you are going to wash your hands.

Is toilet British or American?

British English Vs. American English: Bathroom Terminology

British English (BrE) American English (AmE)
Shower hat Shower cap
Tap Tap/faucet
Toilet/bog/loo Toilet/commode/the John
Toilets/loo Bathroom/restroom

What is a holiday called in England?

There are seven bank holidays common to all jurisdictions: New Year’s Day, Good Friday, the early May bank holiday, the Spring bank holiday, the Summer bank holiday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Easter Monday is a bank holiday in both England and Wales and Northern Ireland, but not in Scotland.

Why do Brits say go to hospital?

When a British person says “I’m going to hospital” they mean they are going to participate in the services of the Hospital – ie, they are going there for treatment.

Why do the British say me instead of my?

Saying ‘me’ instead of ‘my’ is a very common speech habit along with several others of a similar sort but it does generally indicate a lack of academic education.

Do you say in hospital or in the hospital?

The Americans say “in the hospital”. If a person is only visiting the hospital or is there on an outpatient basis, Americans say he is “at the hospital”. “In hospital” is used in British English and “in the hospital” – in American English.

Can we use the with hospital?

According to the dictionary, hospital is a singular count noun, so we should use an article before one.