yesterday I had homework.
Um.. so, question is: what is the difference between the english language British with english language USA?

ya, I really don't know what's the difference?

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  1. There are differences in a few spellings such as colour, harbour, and theatre in Britain. Americans use color, harbor, and theater.

    Some common items have different names. Americans use a napkin to wipe their mouths while eating. The British use a serviette. Americans have a drink in a tavern or bar. British have a drink in a pub.

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