There are some differences between british and american english. Honestly, I prefer american than british because I’m usually using it when I talk to my friend, she’s a fan of someone I like. And she’s from overseas. Besides, british is more complex I think, but I love the way they talk. Which do you prefer? British or American?. And I’m sorry if those pictures are blurr because I croped it. If I post it all at once in one picture it would so small I’m sure y’all cant read it.
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Lol I guess all these days, I mixed both British and American English when I talked to others. I don’t know much about the difference until I saw your post :LARIDEMIHIDUP :LARIDEMIHIDUP :LARIDEMIHIDUP
Thank you for posting this :YUHUIII :MAWARR
And to answering your question, I prefer British if it’s all about speaking, when someone talking in British tone, its sound hear-able and sexier lol. :KETAWAJAHADD
But for words, I prefer whichever that comes first in my mind :BAAAAAA
I think some of us will prefer American English. Why? Because it’s what we learn in school. So we are familiar with it. But if we talk about accent I really love British Accent. It’s sexy i think. Hahaha
Nice post. Just realized i mixed both American and British all this time. Once one of my lecturers speak British accent, and it sounds really cool but when i tried to it’s 100% failure.
i use american english more than british…. :BAAAAAA
agree with @cellacecilliya :BAAAAAA :BAAAAAA
we’re familiar with American English but the British accent is the sexiest in the world! haha