What are the most relevant differences between British and American English?
For some words, British and American spellings are different. For example, color(American),colour(British). Mostly, words ending with -se in British ends with -ze in American ; -l in British ends with - ll in American and so on. Other examples are: British - American
- re - er
- ogue - og
- que - ck or -k
etc. There are many words with differences in spellings.
Like simichacko says we do spell words slightly differently here in the UK; but we also call certain things by a different name, e.g:
Trunk (Car)= Boot
and so on...
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