Exploring Windsor before the royal wedding

"GMA" anchor Michael Strahan learns British phrases and slang by visiting with residents in the town where Harry and Markle will wed.
1:52 | 05/18/18

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Well, I've been trying to get to know the talked about accents and everything else, you would think that learning a language here, the lingo wouldn't be so difficult because everyone speaks the same language but I found out that is not exactly true. Uh-oh. All right, guys, I'm standing here outside Windsor castle. Can you see it in the background and I'm like, I'm an American. What do I know about a royal wedding? But you know what, I'm here. Let me go meet the people. Will et me find out from the locals. Let's go. So is there one term that I should probably learn when I'm here? Give me something I can work on. Don't say awesome. Don't say awesome? Though go what do you say instead. Wonderful. Wonderful. Fabulous. Fabulous. ?????? You say potato. I say potato. You say tomato, I say tomato. Quite here early instead of geez, quite here early. British. Number one, awesome, we don't use that in this country. Why is it? It's awesome. It's fabulous. Life is fabulous. It's fabulous. Fabulous. Gorgeous. Amazing. Amazing. Yeah. Yeah, you're right. That piece was far from fabulous. But I did learn some things, just a small little terminology of words that we use that they don't or they just switch it up and don't say garbage. It's rubbish. I kind of like it. It seems more sophisticated. Some words can get you in trouble because they're not quite the same but that's for another -- Yes. For "Good afternoon America." The piece was fabulous to our producer. The spotlight is burning bright on the Royals.

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