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British english vs. American EnglishEnglish, being a complex and more importantly a very confusing language to learn, especially if one is not exposed to it all the time (as in the case of most foreign learners), contains yet another complexity in today’s world- the differences between British and American english. British english is considered the authentic form of english, whereas American english is popularized more in the media. Thus, the dilemma- which one should you follow if you are not from either country? Of course, there are the australian and New Zealand forms of english, but they are both direct offsets of the British version with most of the differences being present in the spoken part of it. Both teachers and students need to know certain differences in the two primary forms of english, but which one they choose to use depends on the teacher and the student. Normally, a lot of people tend to use a mixed version of the two, which is nothing but a direct result of confusion or exposure of both versions. I myself will admit that I use a mix of the two, due to the mix of British english taught in school and the exposure of American english in the media. There is also another complexity in the two forms