COMPARISON OF AMERICAN AND BRITISH ENGLISH SAVATEEVA MARINA

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COMPARISON OF AMERICAN AND BRITISH ENGLISH SAVATEEVA MARINA GR. 111 MP COMPARISON OF AMERICAN AND BRITISH ENGLISH SAVATEEVA MARINA GR. 111 MP

  Objectives:  • to give the historical explanation of the difference; Objectives: • to give the historical explanation of the difference; • to compare variants from the point of view of pronunciation; • to exemplify difference in spelling; • to present the difference in vocabulary; • to to indicate difference in grammar.

 • Colonial Period • National Period. Historical Background • Colonial Period • National Period. Historical Background

  1. Stress   Pronunciation Differences 1. Stress Pronunciation Differences

  2. Vowels. Pronunciation Differences 2. Vowels. Pronunciation Differences

  3.  r  4.  diphthongs 5.  t GA: sounds 3. r 4. diphthongs 5. t GA: sounds more like d e. g. better, butter, letter, matter. Pronunciation Differences

  Spelling Differences Spelling Differences

  Spelling Differences Spelling Differences

  analogs. Vocabulary Differences  analogs. Vocabulary Differences

  divergents + post/mail ; maybe/perhaps Vocabulary Differences  divergents + post/mail ; maybe/perhaps Vocabulary Differences

  Vocabulary Differences  Vocabulary Differences

  Vocabulary Differences :  IDIOMS Vocabulary Differences : IDIOMS

  1) Singular vs. Plural forms  a) Br. E: Plural/Single verb combined 1) Singular vs. Plural forms a) Br. E: Plural/Single verb combined with collective nouns Example: The government are/is powerful. b) Am. E: Singular verb combined with collective nouns Example: The government is powerful. Grammar Differences

  2) Have got vs. Have  a) Br. E: Have got /Have 2) Have got vs. Have a) Br. E: Have got /Have you got Example: He has got a black car. Has he got a red car? Yes, he has got/ No, he hasn’t got b) Am. E: Have / Do you have Example: He has a black car. Does he have a black car? Yes, he does/No, he doesn’t. Grammar Differences

  3) Got vs. Gotten  a) Br. E: Got  Example: He 3) Got vs. Gotten a) Br. E: Got Example: He got a new present b) Am. E: Gotten The meanings of gotten can be «obtain» or «become». Example: I’ve gotten off the sofa. (= moved) Grammar Differences

  4) Preposition  differences. Grammar Differences  4) Preposition differences. Grammar Differences

  5) Present perfect tense vs. Simple past tense  a) Br. E: 5) Present perfect tense vs. Simple past tense a) Br. E: Present perfect tense Example: She has just finished her housework. b) Am. E: Simple past tense Example: She just finished her housework. Grammar Differences

 •  the difference exist;  •  difference is vivid from the • the difference exist; • difference is vivid from the point of view of different aspects; • same language- ENGLISHConclusion