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British english vs American EnglishThere are many different dialects of english spoken today, the two major groups being British english and American english. Some of the differences between British and American english today, range from spelling and grammar to punctuation and time/date formatting. The use of American and British english is strongly determined by the location of the speakers. American english is the form of english used mainly by people in the united states of America. This does not include canadian english, even though the Canadian pronunciation is similar to that of the united states, the spelling used in Canada is often that of the British form. The use of American english tends to be most popular in Russia, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines. British english is the form of english used in the United Kingdom of great britain as well as in former colonies of the British Empire. The British form of english is often referred to as International english or Commonwealth english because most of its speakers live in countries that are members