There are reasons why the same language has been differentiated based on regions and/or nationality. The most commonly known English variants are American English and British English. And besides tons of similarities, there is a noticeable difference between American and British English. The courses offered by the will help you with knowing and using all these differences correctly in your day-to-day lives. Apart from helping you get fluent in speaking English, our courses extend support to improving and enhancing your reading, listening, and writing skills.
The fight- American vs. British English
It is said that initially, the British passed on the language and taught them. However, the difference between American and British English was seen to rise after the first human that came to settle in. And at the time of creating the dictionaries, the spellings of certain words were changed to portray cultural independence in America.
Our courses are carefully designed to help you understand all these changes- spelling, vocabulary, grammar, and anything else that makes a difference between American and British English. It is one of the best spoken English classes in Delhi, and listed below are few differences (examples) that will give you a clear idea about the course:
Spellings (same words with different spellings)
American (using "ed" and "og")- Burned, or dreamed, Catalog, or monolog
British (using "t" and "ogue")- Burnt, or dreamt, Catalogue, or monologue
Vocabulary (same words with different meanings)
American (the front of the car)- Hood
British (the front of the car)- Bonnet
American (place to stay)- Apartment
British (place to stay)- Flat
American- Will, Should, Gotten, Don't need to