How British English and American English are Different
Many Americans who love tea would turn up their noses at the idea of adding milk to it. Brits, on the other hand, are known for lacing their strong tea with milk. With or without milk, tea is tea. It’s served one way in Britain and another way in the United States, but everyone can recognize it for what it is. The language that Americans and Brits share is a bit like that—spoken differently in the two locations, but understandable by both groups of speakers. According to the Legends of America website, inhabitants of the New World first noticed that their English was different about one hundred years after settling Jamestown. American English Words Missing from British English Along with groundhogs and woodchucks, other living things earned uniquely American monikers. British Words Missing from American English Put on your anorak. Vocabulary Differences Other words exist in both languages, but they mean different things. Spelling Grammar I’ve broken your vase. I broke your vase.
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