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British vs. American English (vocabulary)

British people and American people can always understand each other – but there are a few notable differences between British English and American English in grammar, vocabulary, spelling and pronunciation.

  • British English (BrE) is the form of English used in the United Kingdom.
  • American English (AmE) is the form of English used in the United States.

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Now try to do the test on differences concerning these BrE and AmE sentences:

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This video is brought to you by Chris from England about differences between British English and American English.

Next you will find, a list of some more vocabulary differences between British and American English:

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Last but not least, here is a nice ‘translator’ between BrE and AmE:
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