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British English vs American EnglishIn the year 1607 British English was introduced to America as a result of colonisation. It is also because of this colonisation that English is a language spoken throughout the world today. America?s independence from Britain was reflected in more than just its policies. American English was born as a way for Americans to further distance themselves and assert their independence from their past rulers. The pioneer of the American English is Noah Webster, who made the first American English dictionary and a firm believer that words should be spelt the way they sound. With differences including spelling, vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation it may be a surprise that the speakers of the two types of English understand each other at all. Many embarrassing situations may arise because of these differences. The world rubber has different colloquial meanings in either type of English i.e. rubber in American English means condom and in British English it is used to refer to an eraser. The area where the difference is most obvious, especially to foreigners is pronunciation and with the spread of American English via the media most students first contact with English is American English. Indeed, there are instances of schools that focus their syllabus on