British or American English?

Part of learning vocabulary is to learn when and where it is correct to use it. Using British vocabulary with a British English speaker will sound more natural to them, whereas it would sound completely understandable, but more foreign to an American English speaker. It is nice to match your vocabulary to where you are, or who you are speaking with in English.

This week, I am brushing up on my British English. Here is a list of some of the vocabulary differences between the way I do and the way they do “across the pond”.

British vs. American English: 63 Differences (Infographic)
Source: www.grammarcheck.net


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