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British English or American English ?
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Posted 4/7/11
I'm from the Phil and am Chinese, but I'm more use to using British english. Lol!
Posted 4/10/11
i'm in america so i don't have a choice but english is fluent for me
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Posted 4/10/11
I speak American English (I'm in the US, lol) but I think British English is sexy.
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19 / M / Parañaque City, P...
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Posted 4/11/11
I just voted the British English cuz it sounds better than the American... but don't get the wrong idea, I don't use British English.
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23 / M / America
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Posted 4/12/11
I voted British English because it's my preferred, but honestly, I write with both! My mum's a Brit, and I lived there when I was little, so when I came back out here (to America), I had trouble learning to write (I used to be dyslexic at the time, as well, and skipped vowels). It took me a few good years just to get over those problems, and even now, I can't tell when I'm doing which!
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33 / F / UAE
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Posted 4/13/11
American English
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Posted 4/14/11
american but british looks more interesting.
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19 / F / Los Angeles
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Posted 4/14/11
Um.. I'm American, and English used in America is the international language, plus British English confuses me some times and I can't take you seriously if you have an English accent. Sorry. I choose American.
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Posted 4/15/11
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38 / M / Fancy suburb betw...
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Posted 4/15/11
British English, although in Canada we dropped some odd British spellings for american style. We still spell it COLOUR, HONOUR etc, and it is the letter Zed not Zee, (I love Zed Zed Top lol j/k, and a guy down the road drives an IROC Zed).

The Brits pronounce it aluminium (Alu-MINI-um). Daniel Radcliffe told Jay Leno "Because that is how it's spelt!" I guess referring to the Oxford English Dictionary which is supposed to be the Supreme King of English Dictionarys. We pronounce it Aluminum. (a-LOO-min-um). We also spell it encyclopedia and pedophile, where the brits use an odd "ae" scrunched together (paedophile, Encyclopaedia Britannica) even though it is pronounced the same way.

I have a GPS in my car and I was actually able to pick British English over American English (including many others!) for the voice output. So now I have a nice british lady telling me to turn left in 200 meters. Recalculating.... Nicer than the american accent lady. I can do the same with the displayed language too, I don't recall seeing a difference and left it at American English.
Posted 4/15/11
Since I live in the U.S, then its pretty obvious.
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26 / F / The great not so...
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Posted 4/15/11
I speak American English =D
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Posted 4/16/11
I'm british and all my friends say I'm weird because I talk and write American english
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Posted 4/22/11
Malysians uses the British system so i'm used to British English and i prefer it that way. =)
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Posted 4/22/11
British english since I tend to use the british way of spelling...
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