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UK and USA english
China MineCrafter_xD 
so what's the diference between them exactly?
2017-03-21 05:01
none, just certain terms like rubish instead of garbage, lift instead of elevator, mate instead of friend etc.
2017-03-21 05:07
muricans pronounce R
2017-03-21 05:11
color / colour favorite / favourite defense / defence offense / offence
2017-03-21 05:10
small differences in terminology, spelling, phrases, and pronunciation for example in usa it's color, uk it's colour. that applies to a lot of words with the O sound like that in usa it's aluminum and pronounced a-loo-min-um in uk it's alimunium and pronounced a-loo-mini-um uk ppl use random weird words like crikey and mate and bullshit like that canadian english funny enough is a weird mix, i think they use uk spellings of like color and stuff but other us stuff not sure about AUS or other english speaking countries but I think they tend to use uk english
2017-03-21 05:13
Can confirm NZ and Australia is British spelling. British words aren't bullshit, just not the same as yours :)
2017-03-21 05:21
just jokes haha although i do refuse to accept that crikey isnt weird af
2017-03-21 05:35
we're all incredibly sorry for having larger vocabularies hah
2017-03-21 05:40
Mate, bugger all I'm feeling knackered. Let's kerfuffle. Cheers. (Not sure what I just said) <3
2017-03-21 05:47
kerfuffle is a noun you dunce, not a verb.
2017-03-21 05:48
I just googled British slang xD
2017-03-21 05:49
well whatever you found was written by an american
2017-03-21 05:49
I didn't read any of the definitions I just used random words heh
2017-03-21 05:50
al-u-mini-um only americans say it as a-loo because of their lazy tongues
2017-03-21 05:35
Well it's just like illuminati
2017-03-21 05:48
nope, the double l changes the way you sound the vowel
2017-03-21 05:53
gotcha
2017-03-21 06:14
Also some of the words have different spellings. Eg colour in UK is color in US
2017-03-21 05:13
UK sounds sexy USA sounds fast eating words af
2017-03-21 05:13
Luggage/baggage
2017-03-21 05:16
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