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British english vs American EnglishIn england and America, both countries want to be the purism form of english. Now there are lots of differences when it comes to grammar, spelling, pronunciation, vocabulary, etc. A teacher has to take in the spelling differences for english whether it is the American or British way. Most of American spelling is the same as the way the British spelled before 19th century. Noah Webster supposedly influenced many of the spelling rules that Americans use by using the english that the British used before the 19th century, however there are some rules that he did not influenced in American spelling. One of the rules that he came up was to spell words with –or instead of –our. Some of the Americans spellings for –or are color, favor, flavor, labor, and neighbor. The corresponding British spellings for these words are colour, favour, flavour, labour, and neighbour. This spelling of –or is the same as earlier British english without the u, because many years earlier, the english had erased the u from a lot of words spelled with –our by changing it to –or: author, doctor, emperor, and senator. Another rule that Webster came up with was the American use of –er instead of -re.