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British english vs American EnglishEnglish is the third most spoken language in the world after Mandarin and spanish. The spread of english from england to many parts of the world is greatly due to the colonization and trade of the British. In 1607, english was first introduced to America and this is where the divergence of english into British english and American english begins. With more than 400 years of influences in development, the english in America and the United Kingdom has diverged in grammar, spelling and vocabulary. There are many differences in grammar between the British english and American english. These differences include habit of language usage and writing formality. However, it is difficult to detail all the differences, thus, only a few principal differences will be discussed. In British english, shall is often used for future tense and when offering. In American english, will and should is more often used for future tense and when offering respectively. The differences are shown in the following example: “I shall do this and shall I help you?” and “I will do this and should I help you?” Another difference in