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British English versus American EnglishAmerican English is the form of English used in the united states. It includes all English dialects used within the United States of America. British English is the form of English used in the united kingdom. It includes all English dialects used within the united kingdom. There are a lot of differences between American and British English, especially in the field of grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, spelling and forming of dates and numbers. Differences in grammar include the usage of present perfect tense. In British English the present perfect is used to express an action that has occurred in the recent past that has an effect on the present moment. In American English using the past tense is permissible. Other difference is in verb usage. For example, for the verb " to dream", Americans would use the past tense dreamed while the British would use dreamt in past tense. The same applies to "learned" and "learnt". The Americans tend to use regular forms more, whereas the British use more often irregular forms. Next difference is the verb ? to have?. In American English, the question and negative is formed with the verb do/does.