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Perbedaan inggris british dengan amerika us

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Apakah anda tahu bahwa bahasa Inggris memiliki aksen yang berbeda? Disini saya akan mengutarakan perbedaan antara bahasa inggris Amerika dan bahasa Inggris british.
Orang British dan orang Amerika selalu bisa memahami satu sama lain - tetapi ada beberapa perbedaan yang penting antara bahasa inggirs British dan bahasa inggris American .

Berikut perbedaan nya :



Grammar

Americans use the present perfect tense less than speakers of British English and a British teacher might mark wrong some things that an American teacher would say are correct.

• US Did you do your homework yet?
• Brit. Have you done your homework yet?
• US I already ate.
• Brit. I’ve already eaten.
In British English, ‘have got’ is often used for the possessive sense of ‘have’ and ‘have got to’ is informally used for ‘have to’. This is much less common in American English.

• Brit. I’ve got two sisters.
• US I have two sisters.
• Brit. I’ve got to go now.
• US I have to go now.
There are a number of other minor grammatical differences.

Vocabulary

There are a lot of examples of different words being used in British and American English. Here are a few of the commonest.
• angry (Brit.) = mad (US)
• autumn = fall
• boot (of a car) = trunk
• chemist’s = drug store
• cupboard = closet
• flat = apartment
• lift = elevator
• nappy = diaper
• pavement = sidewalk
• petrol = gas/gasoline
• rubbish = trash
• tap = faucet
• trousers = pants

There are British words which many Americans will not understand and vice versa. There are also words which exist in both British and American English but have very different meanings.

Spelling

There are also a number of different spelling rules between British English and American English.

1 Some words that end in ‘-tre’ in British English end in ‘-ter’ in American English.
• US theater, center
• Brit. theatre, centre
2 Some words that end in ‘-our’ in British English end in ‘-or’ in American English.
• US color, labor
• Brit. colour, labour
3 Some words are shorter in American English than in British English.
• US catalog, program
• Brit. catalogue, programme






Apakah anda tahu bahwa bahasa Inggris memiliki aksen yang berbeda? Disini saya akan mengutarakan perbedaan antara bahasa inggris Amerika dan bahasa Inggris british.
Orang British dan orang Amerika selalu bisa memahami satu sama lain - tetapi ada beberapa perbedaan yang penting antara bahasa inggirs British dan bahasa inggris American .

Berikut perbedaan nya :



Grammar

Americans use the present perfect tense less than speakers of British English and a British teacher might mark wrong some things that an American teacher would say are correct.

• US Did you do your homework yet?
• Brit. Have you done your homework yet?
• US I already ate.
• Brit. I’ve already eaten.
In British English, ‘have got’ is often used for the possessive sense of ‘have’ and ‘have got to’ is informally used for ‘have to’. This is much less common in American English.

• Brit. I’ve got two sisters.
• US I have two sisters.
• Brit. I’ve got to go now.
• US I have to go now.
There are a number of other minor grammatical differences.

Vocabulary

There are a lot of examples of different words being used in British and American English. Here are a few of the commonest.
• angry (Brit.) = mad (US)
• autumn = fall
• boot (of a car) = trunk
• chemist’s = drug store
• cupboard = closet
• flat = apartment
• lift = elevator
• nappy = diaper
• pavement = sidewalk
• petrol = gas/gasoline
• rubbish = trash
• tap = faucet
• trousers = pants

There are British words which many Americans will not understand and vice versa. There are also words which exist in both British and American English but have very different meanings.

Spelling

There are also a number of different spelling rules between British English and American English.

1 Some words that end in ‘-tre’ in British English end in ‘-ter’ in American English.
• US theater, center
• Brit. theatre, centre
2 Some words that end in ‘-our’ in British English end in ‘-or’ in American English.
• US color, labor
• Brit. colour, labour
3 Some words are shorter in American English than in British English.
• US catalog, program
• Brit. catalogue, programme



Kalau Boleh minta ya jng
wah sama kaya ane pelajarin di sekolah ne gan,
iya gan sama
agan les apa sekolah sma/smk...?
kalo ane perhatiin ya gan, agak susah buat kita untuk ngikutin british. secara hampir keseluruhan sumber english yang kita dapat dari us: songs, movies, most advertisments juga make american englsih, buku pendidikan juga ngikutin us.

jd kalo kita maksa buat ngikutin british. jd english kita jadi british-american. ya lebih kurang kaya orang bule yang susah bedain bahasa malaysia ama bahasa indonesia.
british itu kebanyakan orang UK klo orang US ga ngerti bahasa orang UK
tapi orang UK ngerti orang US
dan menurut ane british accent lebih dapet gregetnya
Nice thread. I don't know what the hype is with the British accent (although I'm not gonna say I don't like it; that would be hypocritical of me), but I agree that in Indonesia you are mostly exposed to American English, so it might be difficult to hone your skills in British English.
nah klo ke london ada yang pake british
klo amerika masih US
gue disekolah dapet british english, di tempat les dapet american english.
as the result, i often (accidentally) mix both of them in coversation or paper.
susah deh
iya gan buat modal aj klo keluar negeri
nice info gan. thanks
Quote:Original Posted By Paburasut
nice info gan. thanks


ini kalo disekolah pelajaran kelas berapa gan ?
Quote:Original Posted By arifboler
ini kalo disekolah pelajaran kelas berapa gan ?


sma gan tapi tergantung sekolah nya
oh my god

nice info TS

so, english in UK and US is so many difference

Kalo kurikulum di Indonesia pakai yang mana gan
Quote:Original Posted By shallwedance
Kalo kurikulum di Indonesia pakai yang mana gan


yang bahasa inggeis US gan...!tapi ada juga yang khusus buast brithis
Quote:Original Posted By mr.bia


yang bahasa inggeis US gan...!tapi ada juga yang khusus buast brithis


Pantesan ane dikira orang US pas liburan di London
Football (English): a sport in which the ball is played with one's foot
Football (US): a sport in which the ball is played with one's foot and... hand?!?! Hmm.. sounds strange?
woh begitu gan, ane baru ngerti



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