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British English vs American English British English and American English are the forms of English used in the united kingdom and the united states, respectively. In an article written by Walt Wolfram and Natalie Schilling-Estes explain that Americans look on British English more favourably than American English, implying that one form is more important than the other (Wolfram, Schilling-Estes). However, in this article, I am going to discuss the importance of both forms and whether we do infact need just one form or whether both should be taught. David Crystal claims that English affects communications, motion pictures, travel and education and that English is being learned by roughly a billion people in the world (Crystal, 1999). The uses of both forms of English are taught in many schools and academies, depending on the teacher and the establishment. British and American English affect our everyday lives whether we are aware of it or not, through music, popular culture, our everyday language etc. Many Latin Americans who immigrate to the United States speak American English and Asians who immigrate to the united kingdom end up speaking and learning British English. However, when teaching it as a foreign language,