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British English Vs. American English British English and American English began to diverge in 1607, with the founding of the first American colony. Some of the major ways in which these two dialects have deviated include pronunciation, vocabulary, spelling, idioms, and the formatting of dates and numbers.  Of these differences, most are mutually intelligible by speakers of both dialects (i.e., ?colour? versus ?color?), but the idioms, and some more divergent vocabulary items, can often be elusive. Hundreds of the more perplexing variations between British and American English are listed across the Internet. Most are single vocabulary words, such as ?draughts? as compared to ?checkers.? Many, however, are idioms ? for example, ?Bob?s your uncle? as opposed to ?done deal.? The vast majority of words and phrases such as these would not be known or understood by speakers of the other major English dialect. As for mutually intelligible differences, spelling is probably the easiest for speakers of either dialect to understand. One theory is that spelling has changed so uniformly due to the fact that is was done intentionally by Americans ? around the time of the American Revolution ? for the purpose of distinguishing American English from British English.  Typical spelling differences