What does "I was in a line this morning" mean?
As indicated by the sub-heading, regional differences in English. Apparently US usage favours line. In Australia, either queue or line is used.
I agree, "line" is used in the US for "queue". But it sounds strange to say "in a line". You'd say "in line": "I spent all morning waiting in line". The article makes it sound a bit awkward.
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