Strat, I have never said oot. well, now I have typed it once. its a more eastern thing. [Show/Hide Quoted Message](Quoting Message by _strat_ from Thursday, April 09, 2009 3:23:24 AM)
Thats because you dont try. I know that there is an expert speller somewhere in there waiting to get out.
Yeah, but you say "oot", dont you?
Head banger wrote:
colour is english, centre I think is english. tyre english, tire usa. there are others, I dont know them all because in canada we do colour, center and tire. and of course, I cant spell anyway. the why? damed if I know
Ok... Ive got a question regarding the English language.
Ive noticed a couple of times now, there seems to be (at least) two ways of spelling certain things, British and American. Like colour and color (with or without the u), and center or centre. Now, I guess it aint such a big deal (although Conservapedia banns British spelling - apparently it is an "anti-American bias"), but... Can anyone tell me what is British and what is American, and are there more differences than above listed?