Description

Given the amount of places around the world that English is spoken, various differences are bound to emerge. American English often differs in intonation, word stress and vocabulary, and, to a much lesser extent, grammar and sentence structure.

The first large American dictionary, An American Dictionary of the English Language, known as Webster’s Dictionary, was written by Noah Webster in 1828, radically changing some of the British English spelling to more phonetically spelling.  For example, “colour” is spelt “color,”  “Grey” is spelt “Gray,” jewellery” is spelt “jewelry” in American, removing extra letters that are not pronounced etc.! Learn the de facto language of the US today, and sound like a native American.

With our English American Starter Microlearning Course, you can:

  • Identify the alphabet and the sounds in English American
  • Introduce yourself and others
  • Talk about colors
  • Use numbers 1-20
  • Use the days of the week
  • Use simple greetings
  • Talk about professions
  • Talk about countries and where you live
  • Tell the time
  • Give your phone number and contact details
  • Talk about food and drinks