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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1987: British or American English?
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    British or American English?


    everyone!

    This exercise will help you distinguish between British and American English. The following sentences are written in either language....Which one?

    N.B. the grammatical differences have to do with:

    - the choice of tenses or forms of verbs

    - or, the choice of prepositions or of words

    - or, the spelling.

    Enjoy yourselves!





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    1. I apologise.

    2. I just had lunch.

    3. Which way shall we go?

    4. The school was different from (or: to) what I had imagined.

    5. Your English has got a lot better!

    6. My uncle has been travelling around Asia for 10 years now.

    7. You've got time, you needn't hurry.

    8. The teacher insisted that the homework be done by Monday.

    9. Five people were injured in a car crash and were taken to the hospital.

    10. She's taking a shower.









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