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British English vs American EnglishIntro English is spoken worldwide, either as the mother tongue or second language. Consequently a substantial variety of different dialects exist in the English language. Two most widely recognised of these dialects used when teaching TEFL are British English (BE), defined as the form of English used in the united kingdom, and American English (AE) the particular form of English used in the united states History By 1921 the British ?held sway? over approximately a quarter of the worlds population! The English language was first introduced to America in 1607 during the British colonization. Over the past 400 years the English used in America has deviated in numerous ways resulting in two dialects with differences such as; pronunciation, spelling, grammar, vocabulary, punctuation, idioms, formatting of dates and numbers, and occasionally tense formatting. One key contribution, important in formalising the difference between the two dialects, was when Noah Webster wrote the first American dictionary (published in 1828). Oscar Wilde once wrote ?We have everything in common with the American people, except of course the language.? (the Caterville Ghost 1888) Differences Rather