BlueAfrica wrote:I have read that Noah Webster is specifically responsible for removing the "u" from words like "colour" ("color"). Perhaps more, but specifically that, when he made the first dictionary of "American English."
Nate wrote:And if YWS ever does become a company, Jack will be the President of European Operations. In fact, I'm just going to call him that anyways.
Firestarter wrote:In British English, the word program and programme are both used, but for different things. It is not as simple to say that programme is used for everything.For example, in British English, there are computer programs, but alternatively there are government programmes.Useful link with a list of all common spelling differences.
And another note—I believe the Commonwealth countries (Britain's territories/former territories, including Australia, New Zealand, and Canada (correct me if I'm wrong)) officially use British spellings
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