British English vs American English 2016

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  • In British English, we spell like this Tyre, but in American English we spell Tire
  • In British English, we spell like this Favourite, but in American English we spell Favorite
  • In British English, we used to spell like this Colour, but in American English we spell Color
  • In British English, we spell like this Theatre, but in American English we spell Theater
  • In British English, we spell like this Pyjamas, but in American English we spell Pajamas
  • In British English, we say like this Aeroplane, but in American English we spell Airplane
  • In British English, we say like this Programme, but in American English we spell Program
  • In British English, we spell like this Jewellery, but in American English we spell Jewelry
  • In British English, we spell like this Draught, but in American English we say Draft
  • In British English, we spell like this Mum, but in American English we say Mom
  • In British English, we spell like this Arse, but in American English we say Ass
  • In British English, we say Biscuit, but in American English we say Cookie
  • In British English, we say Candy floss, but in American English we say Cotton candy
  • In British English, we say Crisps, but in American English we say Chips
  • In British English, we say Chips, but in American English we say French Fries
  • In British English, we say Hoodie, but in American English we say Sweatshirt
  • In British English, we say Gum shield, but in American English we say Mouth guard
  • In British English, we say Secondary school, but in American English we say High school
  • In British English, we say Mobile, but in American English we say Cell phone
  • In British English, we say Boot, but in American English we say Trunk

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