In addition to spelling, and vocabulary, there are a few differences in grammar between American and British English. For example, in American English, collective nouns are treated as singular (e.g., as a team, and as a game). In contrast, collective nouns can be singular or plural in British English, while the plural form is the one most commonly used, for example, that The band is playing the same game.
In English, people also make use of the in formal speech, such as “should”, and while the Americans preferred to use the more casual “will “or”should”.
The americans, however, continue to use the ” pb “as-run “make”, to which the British have long been abandoned in favor of”love”.
“Don’t worry”, which is commonly used in British English, and, rarely, or never used in American English. In its place, ” not at all.”
In British English, “in to” is a preposition of time and place. However, in American English, instead of the first one, “on”, the second “in”.