American English vs British English: 10 Spelling Differences that are Confusing to English Students

May 19, 2017
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The differences between American English and British English cause confusion among many English learners. Not only do these two versions of English have different words that mean the same thing, they also spell the same words differently. That’s right, how you spell a word may just depend on if you learned American English or British English. Keep in mind that […]


Want to get a British Accent? Here are 10 celebrities you should follow

May 18, 2017
18 May 2017,
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Many people love the sound of a British accent. If you would like to get a British accent yourself, but do not live in England, you need to expose yourself to the accent as much as possible. Follow the list of celebrities below to help you get a British accent.   Paul McCartney Paul McCartney is a living legend. He was a […]


American English and British English : 25 Key Differences You Should Know

April 28, 2017
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And just when you thought English couldn’t get anymore confusing, you learn that American English and British English use different words that mean the same thing. If you have an American English conversation partner, you probably learned an American vocabulary. However, if you had an English conversation partner from Britain, chances are you learned a British vocabulary. In fact, due […]


20 Commonly used Business Jargon in the UK

December 28, 2016
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For reasons unknown, people working in office environments tend to use a lot of very odd and often annoying business jargon phrases. For a newer or less fluent English speaker, it can be extremely confusing to hear someone say something that clearly means something else, without explaining it, and have everyone else understand and go about their business. That said, […]


British English vs. American English: A Guide For English Learners

September 8, 2016
8 September 2016,
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Languages are living things: they change and grow over time. As they spread from place to place, you begin to see variations among regional groups. Let’s examine some of the differences between British English vs. American English. British English vs. American English: What ESL Students Need to Know Spelling differences Some words that end in the letters –or in American English […]