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American english and British english?

My question is, why there are differences between the british enlish and our enlish?I really don't understand, I know that the quot;realquot; english is the british one, but i don't know why some words change, I understand that the pronunciation change, but the words? Why? I really wanna know that.


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Hi Julia, as a Brit myself I would say that the most simple way of explaining it is like thisEven in different parts of britain we have different words for different meanings such as a cup of tea can also be a cuppa, cha, builders tea etcI would think that when we migrated to america the 'slang' they used became the norm and therefore it became a normal american wordAnother is Aluminium foil and Tin foilTin was widely mined in GB so the most common way of describing it was Tin :) hope you understand what I'm trying to sayIts all about the difference in slang and surroundings

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