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'In the hospital' vs 'In hospital' - American English vs British English

I guess both of you guys understand that the other phrase means exactly the same as the one you use. As an English learner, I just want to know HOW WEIRD it sound to you when you hear the other phrase? And haven't you met anyone whose native English is same as yours ever used the other version? And if your friend or someone uses the other one, what would you think and how weird is it?

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'In the hospital' vs 'In hospital' - American English vs British English

I guess both of you guys understand that the other phrase means exactly the same as the one you use. As an English learner, I just want to know HOW WEIRD it sound to you when you hear the other phrase? And haven't you met anyone whose native English is same as yours ever used the other version? And if your friend or someone uses the other one, what would you think and how weird is it?
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