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British English vs American EnglishI read Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray when I was twelve because my older sister passed on to me everything she was reading. I was never conscious that there was actually a difference between American and British English, except for the accent. I have to say that my native tongue must be American, although I do have a second language. I never had a problem understanding British English, written or spoken. What I can?t understand is British humour. I have been in love with Matthew MacFadyen playing Darcy in Pride and Prejudice and I admit that I must have watched this movie twenty times (at the very least). I did enter that world quite easily being named Elizabeth myself. In my company where we conduct long distance lessons by telephone, we are not expected to be experts of both American and British English. It did not become an issue until my learners came up with various unfamiliar usages. I proceeded to correct them only to discover, to my dismay, that they were right after all. Being that 99% of my learners are European, by proximity to england, a good number of them speak British English, except those employed by American companies. The most common points in question were the ff: 1. Negating the verb have