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British english vs American english The english language is a very complex subject for anyone to learn. From the grammar, the vocabulary and pronunciations, to the different spellings, english is not the easiest of languages to learn. To make matters even more complicated, the rules of english are not the same everywhere. Though they may seem quite similar – and in many ways they are indeed - British english and American english do differ from one another in several ways. Let’s look at a few of them. The first most obvious difference between British english and American english is the difference of usages for certain words and expressions. Most people from england would most likely come upon some confusion if they were unfamiliar with American english if they were ever to visit America or converse with Americans for any length of time and vice versa. For example, in America we refer to law enforcement as “cops” or “police,” or sometimes even “the po-po” but in England they are referred to as “bobbies,” “the bill,” or “coppers.” In addition, the hood of a car in England is referred to as its bonnet but in America it is its hood. The garden in England is a yard in America, and these are