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British English language level EXPERT

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You can use a full range of words and phrases, meaning you speak and write it fluently.

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pierrotcvb's avatar
Using proudly. The English I learnt is British.
MintStarMari's avatar
As someone who has friends living in england, I have gotten to understand a lot of british words not so known by americans.
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SleepyAsche's avatar
i still have to think about what i say when i speak and/or write since i speak 2 other languages, but otherwise, am fluent in the language. does that count as expert level?
Bdiwdbwr's avatar
using
TacticalDraws2's avatar
Using for my deviantID
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TimoArtist's avatar
Out of curiousity, I'm asking that other than a few word changes (Biscuits instead of Cookies, Sweetie Sticks instead of Candy Canes, Candy Floss instead of Cotton Candy, etc.), is British English any different from American English?
IceHasNoSanity's avatar
as an american in a european country in a class learning British English, you might be surprised to hear that- yes- there are quite a lot of little differences that essentially wouldn't matter in conversation in terms of understanding one another, but are there regardless. this also goes for different spellings or terminology for things and also much different slang Eyes Emoji 
Yuki-Asakawa's avatar
Different spelling, favourite VS favorite or realise VS realize.
Adartho's avatar
Yes, you swear obsessively and grammar is kind of weird. Our handwriting is also different if that counts.
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