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British English vs American English The English language consists of two major variations. One is British English, which is spoken in the UK, and the other variation is American English. British English has its origin in the UK and includes several dialects within the UK. British English is often referred to as Oxford English, which is one of the dialects. Usually, this is the variation taught as a foreign language at public schools throughout Europe. American English also has its origin in the UK but is a variation which is spoken in the US and Canada. There are several dialects or accents within the US and Canada. Due to British colonization English was introduced in America. Later lots of immigrants from the UK came to America and kept speaking English as a first language. Some accents or dialects resulted from immigrants from other countries. Over the years English language spoken in America changed to what is today called American English. British English and American English are different in spelling, pronunciation and grammar. The pronunciation differs from dialect to dialect. Spelling There was no standardization of the English spelling until the 18th century which is the reason why American English retained some older word forms. Most differences can be found at the