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British vs American EnglishBritish English abbreviated as BrE is the form of English used in the united kingdom and it comprises of all the English languages used within the UK. American English on the other hand is abbreviated as AmE and it?s the form of English used in the united states including all English dialects used with the US. American English and British English are the most taught English varieties in most EFL/ESL programs. There are several differences between these two types of English (Rohdenburg, 2009). The use of present perfect tense is one way to differentiate the two varieties. The present perfect tense is used in British English to articulate an action that has occurred recently and that one that has an effect on present events. A good example is saying ?I have lost my pen, can you help me find it?? This is considered right in British English, however in American English I is proper to say ?I lost my pen. Can you help me look for it?? the main difference here is that British English uses the present perfect tense while American English uses simple past tense (Rohdenburg, 2009). Word spelling is also another way of differentiating the two varieties. Words ending in ?or are American words such