More differences between American and British English

American and British English

There are even more differences in the spelling of British and American English.

British English uses the endings –gogue and –logue. American English normally uses the endings –gog and –log.

British           American
analogue        analog
catalogue       catalog
dialogue         dialog
synagogue     synagog

It doesn’t matter whether you use the British or the American way of writing. Just be consistent.

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Written by Christine Burgmer

13. May 2014