Difference American accent and British English speaking

If you are eager to know what the differences between an American accent and British English, then you are at the right place here,

I will show you some individual “American words” and “British words” which is used in Spoken English

 British vs. American words 

Britishers follow the old culture. It means they haven’t changed their speaking culture and words. They used Old and complicated words in their spoken English. 

There are thousands of minor spelling differences between British and American English. 

But, Americans have changed their rules according to their time. They mostly what to do; they always try to convert any complicated words into the easiest and straightforward way. They speak English as anyone can understand.

How to speak American English

Difference American accent and British English speaking
Difference American accent and British English speaking

 AMERICAN ENGLISH

Most of the countries have their unique accent in English speaking, but the American accent. Also, speak up in other countries like Canada, South America, etc.

An important development of English outside Great Britain occurred with the colonization of North America.

American English may be considered to include the English Spoken in Canada, although the Canadian variety retains some features of British pronunciation, spelling, and vocabulary.

The most noticeable difference between American and British English is vocabulary. There are hundreds of everyday words that are different.

For example, Brits call the front of a car the bonnet, while Americans call it the hood. 

British and American English have some spelling differences. The common ones are below

British vs American words

American words

British words

  1. alumnus
  2. antenna
  3. anyplace
  4. apartment
  5. attorney
  6. automobile
  7. Baby-carriage
  8. bar
  9. billboard
  10. billfold
  11. broiler
  12. cab
  13. call collect
  14. can
  15. candy
  16. checkers
  17. Chips
  18. closet
  19. coin-purse
  20. cookie
  21. corn
  22. counter-clockwise
  23. crazy
  24. crib
  25. cuffs
  26. dessert
  27. detour
  28. diaper
  29. dish-towel
  30. divided highway 
  31. drapes
  32. drug store
  33. Elevator
  34. eraser
  35. expressway
  36. faculty
  37. fall
  38. faucet
  39. fender
  40. first floor
  41. flashlight
  42. flat
  43. flight attendant
  44. freeway
  45. garbage can
  46. garbage collector
  47. gas pedal
  48. gas, gasoline
  49. gearshift
  50. generator
  51. highway
  52. hobo
  53. hood
  54. installment plan
  55. intermission
  56. intern
  57. intersection
  58. janitor
  59. kerosene
  60. liquor store
  61. mad
  62. mail carrier
  63. mail
  64. mailbox
  65. mailman
  66. math
  67. mean
  68. mortician
  69. motor
  70. movie
  71. muffler
  72. no place
  73. odometer
  74. Oil-pan
  75. one way
  76. optometrist
  77. overpass
  78. pacifier
  79. pants
  80. pantyhose
  81. parking lot
  82. patrolman
  83. pavement
  84. peek
  85. pitcher
  86. pocketbook/
  87. purse
  88. podiatrist
  89. Potato chips
  90. private hospital nursing home
  91. railroad(car)
  92. raincoat
  93. raise
  94. realtor
  95. restroom
  96. round trip
  97. rubber
  98. rubbers
  99. rummage sale
  100. run
  101. schedule
  102. school
  103. sedan
  104. shorts
  105. shoulder
  106. sick
  107. sidewalk
  108. sneakers
  109. solitaire
  110. someplace
  111. sophomore
  112. spigot
  113. spool of thread
  114. stingy
  115. Store
  116. stove
  117. stroller
  118. realtor
  119. restroom
  120. round trip
  121. rubber
  122. rubbers
  123. rummage sale
  124. run
  125. schedule
  126. school
  127. sedan
  128. shorts
  129. shoulder
  130. sick
  131. sidewalk
  132. sneakers
  133. solitaire
  134. someplace
  135. sophomore
  136. spigot
  137. spool of thread
  138. stingy
  139. Store
  140. stove
  141. stroller
  142. Suspenders
  143. subway
  144. sweater
  145. the movies
  146. thread
  147. thumbtack
  148. tidbit
  149. traffic circle
  150. trailer
  151. trash’
  152. trashcan
  153. trunk farm
  154. truck
  155. Hunk
  156. turnpike
  157. tuxedo
  158. undershirt
  159. unlighted
  160. vacation
  161. vest
  162. wheat
  163. windshield
  164. wreck
  165. wrench
  166. zip code
  167. zipper
  1. graduate
  2. aerial (T.V.) 
  3. anywhere
  4. flat
  5. barrister, solicitor
  6. (motor) car
  7. pram
  8. pub
  9. hoarding
  10. wallet
  11. grill
  12. taxi
  13. reverse charges (while telephoning)
  14. tin
  15. sweets
  16. Draughts
  17. crisps
  18. cupboard
  19. purse
  20. biscuit
  21. maize
  22. anti-clockwise
  23. mad
  24. cot
  25. turn-ups (on trousers)
  26. sweet
  27. diversion
  28. nappy
  29. tea-towel
  30. dual carriageway
  31. curtains
  32. chemist(s)
  33. lift
  34. rubber
  35. motorway
  36. staff(of a university)
  37. autumn
  38. tap (indoors)
  39. mudguard/bumper (of a car)
  40. ground fleet
  41. torch
  42. flat tire, puncture
  43. air hostess
  44. motorway
  45. dustbin, rubbish bin
  46. dustman
  47. car accelerator
  48. petrol
  49. gear-level
  50. dynamo
  51. main road
  52. tramp
  53. bonnet (of a car)
  54. hire purchase
  55. interval (in an entertainment)
  56. junior hospital doctor
  57. crossroads
  58. caretaker
  59. paraffin
  60. Off-license
  61. angry
  62. postman
  63. post
  64. postbox
  65. postman
  66. Math
  67. nasty/ vicious (of a person)
  68. undertaker/
  69. funeral director
  70. engine
  71. film
  72. silencer
  73. nowhere
  74. Mileometer
  75. sump
  76. single (ticket)
  77. oculist, optician
  78. flyover
  79. dummy (for a baby)
  80. trousers
  81. tights
  82. car park
  83. Constable (policeman)
  84. road surface
  85. peep
  86. jug
  87. handbag
  88. chiropodist
  89. Crisps
  90. railway (carriage)
  91. Mackintosh,
  92. raincoat
  93. rise (in salary)
  94. estate agent
  95. public toilet
  96. return (ticket)
  97. condom
  98. Gumshoes wellington boots
  99. .jumble sale
  100. .ladder (in tights)
  101. timetable
  102. school/ college/university
  103. saloon (car)
  104. underpants
  105. verge (of a road)
  106. ill
  107. pavement
  108. gym shoes/tennis shoes
  109. a card game of Patience
  110. some where
  111. second-year student
  112. tap (outdoors)
  113. reel of cotton
  114. mean (opposite of generous)
  115. shop
  116. cooker
  117. Push-chair (for a baby)
  118. estate agent
  119. public toilet
  120. return (ticket)
  121. condom
  122. Gumshoes wellington boots
  123. .jumble sale
  124. .ladder (in tights)
  125. timetable
  126. school/ college/university
  127. saloon (car)
  128. underpants
  129. verge (of a road)
  130. ill
  131. pavement
  132. gym shoes/tennis shoes
  133. a card game of Patience
  134. some where
  135. second-year student
  136. tap (outdoors)
  137. reel of cotton
  138. mean (opposite of generous)
  139. shop
  140. cooker
  141. Push-chair (for a baby)
  142. braces
  143. tube/ underground (train)
  144. jersey, jumper, pullover, sweater
  145. the cinema
  146. cotton
  147. drawing-pin
  148. titbit
  149. roundabout
  150. caravan
  151. rubbish
  152. Dustbin, rubbish-bin
  153. Market garden
  154. van, lorry
  155. boot (of a car)
  156. toll motorway
  157. dinner jacket
  158. vest
  159. ex-directory
  160. holiday (s)
  161. waistcoat
  162. corn, wheat
  163. Windscreen (of a car)
  164. crash (of a vehicle)
  165. spanner
  166. postcode
  167. zip

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