#1
It offered me a choice between 'English' and 'British English' for the dictionary settings.

Just my opinion, but when a language is called after the country it derives from, that should be the standard.

And any bastardisation of it should get its own name, not the other way.
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#3
Uh-oh! Sounds like someone's got a case of the NOBODY CARES!
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Unfortunately this is true, and I wholeheartedly agree with you. Nice use of the word bastardisation btw.
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#7
Technically because we went over to America and set up place in small communities the American language is closer to the original English language than today's English English is.

I still agree.
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#8
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Technically because we went over to America and set up place in small communities the American language is closer to the original English language than today's English English is.

I still agree.

Actually smart one it was the British that colonized a good chunk of the world.
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Actually smart one it was the British that colonized a good chunk of the world.


I know? As far as I can tell that's pretty much what I was saying.
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I know? As far as I can tell that's pretty much what I was saying.

Ugh, sorry. 24 hours without sleep has caused my brain to stop working.
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#12
I assume that whatever program you're using was written by an american company. Therefore they're going to call what they speak just english and add on a descriptive name to any other variants.
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#13
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It offered me a choice between 'English' and 'British English' for the dictionary settings.

Just my opinion, but when a language is called after the country it derives from, that should be the standard.

And any bastardisation of it should get its own name, not the other way.

I've noticed this, its ridddiculous.
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#14
Apparently, if you look up "Americanisations" of English words eg "realize" in the dictionary, they are the official English versions. Somehow, we swapped languag versions, so what we think is "proper English" is actually the American.

Kinda ironic for all this people who kick off for seeing "american words" which are, in fact, English words