Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1inglés americano masculine
- This derives from Beijing Mandarin and is about as similar to that dialect as American English is to British English.
- When we do read in translation, we are normally reading books translated into standard British English or standard American English.
- The differences in words and meanings of words between British English and American English are a constant source of interest and amusement to me.
- On that first day I asked if any of the kids spoke or read or understood languages other than American English.
- Webster wanted to distinguish American English from British English by correcting irregular spellings and eliminating silent letters.
- If the English exams concentrated more on American English than on British English, she says, her students would do better.
- ‘They tend to use the Queen's English rather than American English,’ she says.
- It does feel strange having people arguing about the effect of English on American English.
- I've been writing in American English so long that I have to stop and think about my audience whenever I write 'tap' or 'carpark' or 'jersey' or 'colour'.
- Twelve business telephone conversations were analyzed in order to detect intercultural differences between speakers of Finnish and speakers of American English.
- Today Continental European languages are borrowing words from American English.
- The researchers added that the finding held true regardless of whether the language spoken tends to emphasize nouns, as does American English, or verbs, as does Korean.
- If you don't know those words, you will have difficulty being understood in American English.
- Bulgarians in the United States have likewise incorporated many American English words into their daily speech.
- The speech recognition system was created using the voices of 700 different native-level American English speakers in the U.S.
- This may be because these students are not native speakers of American English or do not reside in the United States.
- So when you actually look at the future of the language, then I think we will gradually see a lessening of the influence of American English and an evening out of other forms of English.
- Stone was originally the son of a Marine stationed in Japan, and learned the language as a toddler, in addition to American English.
- Australian English is different from British and American English but does not vary much regionally.
- It is often said, usually by Americans, that the spoken English of Shakespeare's day was closer in sound to present-day American English than it was to current British ‘received pronunciation’.