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British english Vs American EnglishThere are two forms of english which are spoken, written and taught to the rest of the world. These two forms are British english and American english. British english is the form of english used within the United Kingdom. American english is the form of english used in the united states. Although both forms of english are often similar they vary in pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, spelling, punctuation, idioms, and formatting of dates and numbers. This research article will focus on the differences between pronunciation, vocabulary and spelling of both British and American english. The english language was introduced to the Americans through British colonization in the early 17th century. The language spread to many parts of the world due to British trade and colonization. By 1921 the British Empire included 470-570 million people, which was approximately a quarter of the world’s population at the time. Once the language began to spread spoken english in Britain and the united states started diverging from each other in different ways which is why today there are two different recognized forms of the english language. The United Kingdom has many regional dialects but