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Accents British accent tends to be rhotic, meaning the letter ?R? is pronounced hard, whereas American accent tends to be non-rhotic. However, within both Great Britain and the USA there are several accents so in essence it is incorrect to speak about the British or the American accents. Loosely speaking, spoken British English (?B.E.?) sounds more ?proper? and ?sophisticated? than American English (?A.E.?). Tenses In A.E. recent actions that have an effect on the present moment can be expressed both using present perfect and past simple tenses, for example ?I have eaten and now I?m full? and ?I ate and now I?m full?. In B.E., only the use of present perfect tense is allowed, and thus, the second example sentence above would be incorrect in B.E. There are other differences related to tenses as well. Some irregular verbs have two different forms in the past tenses, such as dreamt/dreamed, learnt/learned and spoilt/spoiled. These different forms are acceptable both in B.E. and A.E., but the regular form is the norm in B.E. and the irregular form is generally preferred in A.E. Spelling Several words that have different spellings in B.E. and A.E. and most of the spelling differences fall into the following categories: Latin-derived spellings: Letter Combination Example B.E. A.E.