British English and American English vocabulary and spelling tips
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British English and American English words with spelling tips

Spelling Rules when checking British English or American English

American words that end in –or. Color, humor, flavor

British words that end  in -our colour,  humour, flavour etc.

American words that end in –ize. recognize, patronize etc.

British words that end  in -ise recognise, patronise etc.

Spelling tips for British English and American English words

How to check if your spellings are correct

To check if you are correct with your spelling you can use the spell check on Microsoft words and choose which variety of English you would like.

List of British words and what the same word means in American English

Difference between British and American English words part 1

British and American English words

Difference between British and American English words part 2

List of British and American English vocabulary and phrases

Difference between British and American English words part 3

List of differences between British English and American English words in PDF download for free 

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