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British v American EnglishTo begin with I must emphasize that Americans do not have an official national language though most Americans mistakenly declare that they speak English and it is the official language of the united states. The American language is to English as Laotian is to thai. Both are quite similar but there are too many differences to call them both English. I would argue that the British speak English and it is their language and part of their national pride to speak and write it with precise clarity. Americans on the other hand are not so proud or precise concerning their language. While the States began with British roots, and in the beginning were speakers of English, the language took on a twist because of the many cultures and languages that have become a part of the nation over the last 200 years or so and while it is true that the American language is similar to English it is no longer valid to call it English. Some differences are quite pronounced because certain words have totally different meanings between the two languages and each language has words foreign to the other. Subtle differences include spelling such as colour (British) and color (American). Other differences are not so obvious