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American English vs British English

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The English language is one tool to establish our viewpoint. American or British English are both dialects that can be chosen when requesting your English translations, or choosing an interpreter.Here you can easily access anonline quote.

The English language was introduced to the Americans through British colonization in the early 17th century and it spread to many parts of the world because of the strength of the British empire. Over the years, English spoken in the United States and in Britain started diverging from each other in various aspects. This led to two dialects in the form of the American English and the British English.

American English is the form of English used in the United States. It includes all English dialects used within the United States of America. British English is the form of English used in the United Kingdom. It includes all English dialects used within the United Kingdom.

As native translators work on these translations, they are specialized in order to denote the differences and ensure that the specific dialect is used. A native American translator will use different grammar structures, tenses, vocabulary, punctuation, spelling and even telling time as opposed to a native British translator.

For instance, let’s take a few common words that are used on a day to day basis, the spelling in American English, will be: flavor, honor, analyze, color, on the other hand in British English it’s spelt as flavour, honour, analyse, colour.

 


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American English and British English are different in many ways. They are like this because the Americans and the British diverged with little connection, creating two differant dialects. American English is used in the United States, and British English is used in the United Kingdom. They differ in pronounciation, spelling, and the usage of words.

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