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British English vs American EnglishThere are numerous problems that esl students may encounter when learning from British and American teachers, as these two parts of the world speak two very different types of English. Some of the main problem areas in the two types include spelling, verb tenses and vocabulary. Though American English was introduced to the country by British settlers in the early 17th century, the language there has evolved and developed its own dialects, accents, pronunciation, vocabulary, turns of phrase, and much more. Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw said that Britain and America were ?two countries divided by a common language.? While speakers of the two types of English can understand each other without much difficulty, there are several points which that cause confusion not only to learners but also to native english speakers. There are a few main spelling differences between British English and American English that students will quickly notice. The first one that many students and native speakers notice is the ?-our? in British English and the ?-or? in American English in words like colour/color, neighbour/neighbour and humour/humor. Another example is the ?-re? in British English and the ?-er? in American English when used in words like centre/center,