American English (AmE) is the dialect of the English language used mostly in the United States of America. It is estimated that approximately two thirds of native speakers of English live in the United States. American English is also sometimes called United States English or U.S. English.
American English is actually older
When the first settlers set sail from England to America, they took with them the common tongue at the time, which was based on something called rhotic speech (when you pronounce the r sound in a word).
In some ways, however, modern American English is older than modern British English. It's all down to an R.
A recent reader survey conducted by Rough Guides placed England as the seventh most beautiful country in the world, ranking higher than Iceland, Finland and the USA.
In this short pronunciation video, we will look at how to pronounce "water" in American, British, and Australian English. American English speakers typically say "waw-ter," while British English speakers say "wot-er." Australian English speakers say "wadder."
#1 The British accent
The accent proved particularly popular in countries like China, Sweden, India and the USA.
Much of our modern alphabet comes directly from the Greek alphabet, including a letter, that looked just like our “Z,” that the Greeks called “zeta.” “Zeta” evolved into the French “zede,” which in turn gave us “zed” as English was shaped by Romance languages like French.
Consumer prices are 15.9% lower in the UK than they are in the US, not including rent. When rental prices are included, UK consumer prices are 23.1% lower than in the US. UK grocery prices are 33.6% lower than in the US, and UK restaurant prices are 7.2% lower than in the US.
The UK is often considered to be a cheaper place to live. The cost of living in both countries is not the same and can vary depending on where people choose to live. It's also important to note that the average salary for someone in the US is significantly higher than what it would be in the UK due to taxes.
And people ask me to say the word banana. I mean is there anything really that incredible about that pronunciation. I mean it's the same way that we would pronounce for example Sultana.
When you meet British people and sounds super natural excellent so now you know how to use these new expressions. You can come and say hi to us on the BBC learning english. Social media pages.
the Yorkshire accent
A new survey has confirmed our thoughts and voted the Yorkshire accent the 'friendliest in the UK'. Stealing 23% of the vote, we managed to take the top spot from accents like the Welsh (19%), West Country (14%), the Queen's English (13%) and Northern Irish (11%) which all made the top 10 as well.
A survey of 2,000 adults conducted by language learning platform Preply reckoned the Tyneside accent was the second hardest to understand, behind Glaswegian and just ahead of Liverpudlian.
Bloody. Don't worry, it's not a violent word… it has nothing to do with “blood”.”Bloody” is a common word to give more emphasis to the sentence, mostly used as an exclamation of surprise. Something may be “bloody marvellous” or “bloody awful“. Having said that, British people do sometimes use it when expressing anger…
It said as zed zed don't ask me why that's the way it is said in the U.S Americans say it differently and you have a video right here to check it out in British English Zed.
The cost of living in Vietnam
Vietnam is well-known for offering a high standard of living at a low price. According to 2022 data, the cost of living in Vietnam is around 42.8% lower than in the United Kingdom and 63.5% lower than in the United States.
The cheapest states to live in are Mississippi, Oklahoma, Kansas, Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, Iowa, Indiana, West Virginia, and Tennessee. Mississippi is the cheapest state to live in in the US, with a cost of living index of 85. The second cheapest state to live in is Oklahoma, with a cost of living index of 85.8.
How do salaries compare with the UK According to the Office for National Statistics, the average UK salary is £26,266, while the latest data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the average annual wage in the United States is $53,490 per year (about £38,941).
According to a report by Numbeo in 2021, the cost of living index in the UK is 7.73% lower than that of the US. This is due to a number of factors, such as lower healthcare costs, lower transportation costs, and lower overall living expenses.
Today so the first way that you may hear it pronounced in the uk. Is water war tur water water so that r tends to be silent.
Juste at new mona où on le croit mike ward kopeck silico qui nous connaissent numonyx et les cowboys qu'à nos process.
All right how's it. Going that's it you don't need to add any more because it's just a basic greeting. Using this expression.
1. Irish. The Voquent community has spoken! And this time around, the Irish accent has come out on top with more than half the votes as the world's sexiest accent.
the British accent
Of foreign accents, the British accent is the #1 most liked, chosen by 69% of respondents. In addition to being the general favorite, it also ranked among the sexiest and most intelligent.
Some people believe that RP (Received Pronunciation) is the most standard or general accent in British English. Many EFL (English as a Foreign Language) schools teach it because it is supposed to be the most “polished” pronunciation. It is typically referred to as “Queen's English” or “BBC English”.