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British English vs. American English American English started in 1607 when the British colonized America. Over the last 400 years the American English has diverged from the British English, though there are still many similarities, this paper is going to discuss some of the differences. The differences that will be look at are how it varies in grammar between British English and American English. In grammar, there are several subjects that are different between the British English (BrE) and American English (AmE). The British English nouns take on either the singular or plural verb forms while the American English nouns are almost always singular for formal and notional agreement usages. For example, BrE: The Bulls are a popular basketball team. AmE: The Bulls is a popular basketball team. The verb morphology, the BrE uses both irregular and regular forms, but for some words such as smell and leapt there is a strong tendency towards the irregular forms. In the AmE, the irregular forms are never or rarely used except for burnt, leapt and dreamt. In the use of tenses, BrE traditionally use the present perfect to talk about an event in the recent past using the words already, just and yet. In AmE, using these meanings can be shown with the present perfect or the simple past. For example,