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Sometimes it is a good idea to be able to distinguish between British English (BrE) and American English (AmE). When you read or listen, this skill is somewhat optional, it is more important to understand the message of the text. However, when it comes to speaking or writing,

it is more important to be consistent, and to stick to one variety (eg on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays you can imitate Brits, and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays you can try to speak like an AmericanSmile) It all sounds easy in theory, but in practice you may well mix everything up … To troubleshoot this problem, you could do some BrE vs AmE Quizzes on EnglishLab.Net Alternatively, you could give up and pretend that you are Australian – Aussies are known to use both BrE and AmE words along with a lot of peculiar ones of their own, and not to worry about that at all!Cool

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