They also found that American English and British English have undergone a distinct stylistic divergence since the 1960s.
What does en-GB stand for?
en-GB stands for British English
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It is thought that the trickiest translation for Siri will be from American English to British English.
70 PE3442 Most studies of English in the African country focus on its deviations from the presumed mother tongue, usually British English.
Australian actress Daniel's fully voiced reading is perfect: crisp, upper-class British English for Phryne, gentle Chinese for Lin Chung and family, brusque Australian, and clear, energetic, smooth voices, yet with grace and humor, for all others.
Topics discussed include the political twisting of the English language, British English versus American English, language errors in the movie "Titanic", the tyranny of synonyms, and much more.
may also be used to cover for both American and British English spellings such as alumin?
It has also to be pointed out that primarily the verbal system of British English is discussed, with American English being largerly neglected.
Each country has matching prejudices: British English can seem snobbish to Americans, American English philistine to Britons.