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British english vs American EnglishEnglish is the first language of over 375 million people, most of whom live in great britain (61 million) and America (215 million). It is the official second language in many countries, and these States have always looked to British or American english for their standards. However there has at times been resentment against American english importations into British english. American english differs in numerous ways, from pronunciation to points of spelling, punctuation, syntax and above all vocabulary. Yet many American words, expressions and constructions have been absorbed into British english. In recent years that has been ever-increasing thanks to the globalisation of the media, films, book, radio and television. There are countless American words that have infiltrated British english. In fact many native english speakers would not have been aware certain words and phrases were originally American. There was a time when verbs such as utilise and advocate and adjectives like talented and reliable were ridiculed. But they have now firmly established themselves in British english. Yet there are words in British english that have maintained a measure of independence despite the