It depends. Poker player terminology is different from the official hand rankings
. Players make a distinction between 'a set' and 'trips'. The official name for it however is 'three of a kind'.
Same with two pair, the players' term is 'aces up' and the game term is 'two pair'. You can act any way you want, just as you can use either the player vocabulary or the game hand rankings. Nobody can force you to take their name convention, what's next someone correcting you when you say 'a three' instead of 'a trey' that those ESPN WSOP
seem to like ? Or people berating you when you announce a straight and say 'no, you have a wheel/broadway you ****'
gl on the felts