Questions tagged with british-american

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''the band is'' or ''the band are'' : what is the correct? (AmE and BrE, please)
a British person said that they use bands' names in the plural*, like ''The Smith are...'' ''Radiohead are...'' so it ...
grammar british-american verb Word Usage 0 votes, edited Jul 28 by Lily
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Spelling in Brittish
Would this be spelled correctly if I wrote British and modern American English? "His favorite colour to wear when caroling ...
british-american british american english spell 0 votes, asked Jun 17 by Rachel M
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'Sports' in British English
Is 'sports' used in British English? Or do they only use 'sport'? I've seen in government websites They use 'sports' ...
british-american 0 votes, asked Nov 26 '13 by Jason
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is/are was/were British American English
I have noticed a rise in the use of the more-British is/are, was/were here in the States. Particularly by broadcasters. ...
is-are was-were british-american globalization +1 vote, asked Jun 01 '13 by SLPDeb
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