In order to begin it is not a secret that the English Briton characterizes itself to have a strong articulation since speaks that it and doespractices it of an acute way, that is to say pronounces hard but that in the other classes of English; this must to that in the English Briton it has a tendency to respect the articulation ofmany words of French origin. Whereas the American frequently clear letters "that they are not necessary”, and normally" does not respect the articulation of the words of French originwhen giving them one more an articulation; American".
In order to express possession in English we used two forms: Have or Have got, both forms is correct as much in English American asBritish, although the British prefer the form have got, and the Americans use the form have with the aid do for questions and negations.
He hasn't got any money. (UK).
He doesn't have anymoney (US).
Also a few differences in the use of the prepositions are observed.
On the weekend (Uk)
At the weekend (US)
The past participle of the verb get is gotten in EnglishAmerican, and got in English Briton.
This verbal time is used in English Briton to express that an action that has happened in a recent past has effect at the present moment.
Generallythese two classes of English are different by the grammar form and although when speaking in English Briton it is varying its articulation following the place where it is spoken in theUnited Kingdom whereas the American is going to continue being the same with a smooth articulation.
Over time, the number of English dialects has grown as some bands of people divided andsome stuck together.
Now, English dialects vary between national, state and even city boundaries. As a result, there’s no “official” English language dialect that rises above the rest.