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British English American EnglishThere are myriad differences between English as it is used in the united kingdom and English as it is used in the united states. These differences have developed over centuries from a common root. While some may believe that American English diverged from British English, which has remained unchanged, this is not the case. Both dialects have mutated over the years and that is what accounts for their differences more than anything else. What are those differences? There are three primary areas where the dialects diverge at times: pronunciation, spelling, and meaning. Differences in pronunciation are indisputably the most notable of all the differences between British English and American English. We are made aware of this through the sharing of media from one culture to the other. Both cultures find the other's dialect to be entirely intelligible, but it certainly sounds quite different. It should be noted that pronunciation differences are not the same as differences of accent, which account to some degree for the different ways British English and American English sound. Pronunciation differences are more than that. For example, the letter 'h' which has become so often silent