Nature miracles, Photographs

Ingrid Marie

One good thing with Fall. Apples 🙂

Hey, I have a question for you. What’s the difference between Fall and Autumn? Sometimes I write Fall and sometimes Autumn. In Swedish we only have one word for the season. We call it höst.


36 thoughts on “Ingrid Marie”

    1. Mina favoriter också. De håller jättelänge. Vi brukar använda de sista så långt in som mars-april eller t o m maj. Väldigt goda i äppelpajer 🙂

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  1. Fall is the American (USian) term, Autumn is the UK English term – that is the only difference between them. Those apples look splendid – apples fresh off the tree are so much better than shop bought apples.

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    1. Thanks! Then I learned something new today. Those apples taste really good. The worms thinks so too and they are fast to find them sometimes.

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    2. In the U.S., we use the two words interchangeably, although fall’s probably more common than autumn. In the U.K., I’m people will sometimes remind me of how American “fall” sounds.

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    1. You are right, Fall is poetic. I like autumn too, but if Fall didn’t exist as a autumn word, the song You’ve got a friend would sound very different in the rhyme 😉


  2. I found this on the net: “Fall and autumn are both accepted and widely used terms for the season that comes between summer and winter. Some who consider British English the only true English regard fall as an American barbarism, but this attitude is not well founded. Fall is in fact an old term for the season, originating in English in the 16th century or earlier.”

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        1. I remember that post. But I had forgotten about the graphics picture. It’s so interesting to see how our languages are related. Thanks for the link 🙂

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