Anonymous asked: In England, when referring to a cup of tea, some people just call it a 'cuppa' as slang. Because a 'cup of tea', said quickly, sounds a bit like a 'cuppa tea' So for example you might ask your friends "Does anyone fancy a cuppa?"

I love using this version when I talk English, it’s cute :) But sometimes we laugh how funny it sounds when someone says that so fast :D

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