By creating an account, you agree to our terms of service.
I'm American.. but I do love the sound of British English! I have the American accent, but I'm not exactly the biggest fan of it.
I am going to attend the ETS test, America English is much more important for me. I also prefer American English.
distinguishing between British and American english ... well....it made me realize that english is an evolving language that has many varieties. it is the american english that i most prefer. of both nation it is the american english that affected the culture of my country philippines and changes its norm and exposed our country to western ideas: take for example our national pride in Boxing. it is the american
that exposes our country to other parts of the world with the fight of Manny Pacquiao a filipino makes the philippines known to other countries including Britain. so preferably I will choose the american English. it helps us a lot easier to understand : example
British..............Lavatory American ............toilet
I learn both. It does not matter which English varieties do you learn as long as it is still mutually intelligible in which the speakers of that language with different varieties can readily understand the language we speak without intentional effort.
I prefer British-English， because it is more cearly. I learn some American English in school where will have an American teacher .
I like American English much more than British English
I like British English because i think it is real English
We learn British English in school and i like that.
British English, of course. It's the real deal!
I prefer American English :D For me it's easier to listening and speaking!