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British English vs. American EnglishAs an American living in germany, I seldom hear English spoken there. On the rare occasion when I can get help from someone capable of speaking English, it is often with a heavy accent peppered with a British flare. I have been told by many Europeans that I don?t speak English; I speak like a bubble gum chewing American. I often wonder to myself, how is it that so many Europeans adopt this British accent? Which English is correct? Is British English considered to be superior? There is general agreement that there is no correct version of English, but that consistency with a particular version is important when teaching the language (ESL Library Weekly). While the name of the language is the same throughout many countries, English is not a rigid set of rules. It has evolved and continues to change. It certainly is not the same English that colonists spoke centuries ago as they set off to the four corners of the globe. During most of the 20th century Europeans preferred British English, and European instruction in English as a foreign language followed the norms of British English in pronunciation (specifically RP), lexical choice, and spelling. This was a result of proximity,