Language is one aspect which can never be ignored. There are various ways in which a person communicates with his peers or friends. There are varieties with respect to both the dialect. The language English is spoken differently in US as well as Britain. The US English is often considered to be grammatical incorrect. However, none of the versions are declared as the perfect one. The main difference between British English and US English would be with respect with spellings. In case of British English emphasis id given on present tense. Any other way of speaking would be considered incorrect. For eg, In case of Britain English the following would be applicable: I’ve lost my pen. Can you please look for it? The US English would go as: I lost my pen. Can you please look for it? So basically the Americans believe in phrasing sentences in simple past tense while Britain’s believe in present tense.
Similarly the Britain’s prefer present perfect as compared to simple past. The American English might include already, yet and just. An example of American English would be: I just had breakfast. The Britans would also say I’ve just had breakfast. The other important difference is use of have vs has. The Americans would any day prefer to use have rather than has. So it could be have, haven’t I, haven’t got etc. The Britain’s on the other hand prefer has. The other important differentiation is use of verb. Americans prefer saying gotten (got) while Britain’s would stick to using got in communication. There are certain vocabulary changes in both. The word rubber can mean a condom in case of American English while an object to erase out markings in Britain. The main differentiation could be use of prepositions. The Americans prefer saying on the weekend as compared to at the weekend (British English). Even spellings have a huge difference in both forms. Many word documents would show the American accepted words. They might be spelt differently in Britain. You need to be sure of all these words such as (American–British):
· Color – Colour
· Favor- Favour
· Humor – Humour
· Recognize – Recognise
The best way is to follow a global English which could be used anywhere across the globe. You would need to be consistent in your dialect. Majority of people prefer American English as it sounds most rustic, consists slang and not formal.