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What is the difference between American English and British-English

Am confused with American and British English #writing #english #public-speaking #reading #narration


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Wael’s Answer

Below there are two links that would help you out. Enjoy :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIZ78RwhSPc&ab_channel=Rachel%27sEnglish
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLWBwsRp9Pk&ab_channel=EnglishJade-LearnEnglish(engVid)


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William’s Answer

Generally, British English is referred to as proper English. American English is filled with slang.


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Nikhil’s Answer

The base understanding for both styles remains the same with exception to certain words and the way you speak them is a little different. In India, we are more prone to learn the American style which is a little easy going with slangs/short forms, etc.


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Nikhil’s Answer

The base understanding for both styles remains the same with exception to certain words and the way you speak them is a little different. In India, we are more prone to learn the American style which is a little easy going with slangs/short forms, etc.


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Susan E.’s Answer

Mostly the main differences are in the words and the accent. Which form of English are you most interested in learning and why?


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Abhishek’s Answer

https://learningenglish.voanews.com/a/six-difference-between-britsh-and-american-english/3063743.html - this is a good link with the answer.

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