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British vs American EnglishLearners of english will inevitably adopt the english which their teachers are familiar with. The teacher may either use British or American english to teach their students. There are some differences between that two that could confuse students. The main difference between British and American english is in word choice, vocabulary, and spelling. Here, I will speak of some of the differences between the two. One of the differences is in how particular words are spelled. Americans for example would write the word ‘center’ whereas the British may write that word as ‘centre’. Other British words may also end in ‘-re’ whereas the American counterpart of that word may end in ‘er’. Such words include ‘caliber’ and ‘calibre’, ‘meter’ and ‘metre’, and ‘theater’ and ‘theatre’. ‘Recognize’ is used in American english while ‘recognise’