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colour [UK] = color [US]

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Right..they are obsessed with "u".

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Oh at school we study mixed amnerican and british english nd we studied it as "gray"

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I think you are with Soviet FSB. You are spying on us americans...

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im from south europe..have nothing to do with politics or russia nd ukraine.,...ex yugoslavia you heard?:))

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Natasha..im joking around with you..FSB and GRU are not here

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But Jean Grey is American!

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Thank you!

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D*mn....thanks for that.

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My only 90 in 3rd grade English was because I refused to spell "gray" instead of "grey". <br />
"Gray" was a bonus word the next several weeks... It burned me to miss out on the points, but I was stubbornly sticking to my guns.

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lol! that's dedication! XD

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;) GPA didnt count in 3rd grade. Otherwise, I may have had a different attitude :D

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lol. XD

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You just answered a question that's bothered me for years :)

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:) you're welcome. I've searched it on the internet a while back, but they gave a helping hint if you were ever to get confused. "a" for American. "e" for England.

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Oooh that's a good way to memorize it... thanks! :)

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groy is my english

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Are you a wog?

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I'm not sure what that is.

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I know I mix them up

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A helping hint if you were ever to get confused. "a" for American. "e" for England.

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That is good :D

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Ok..answer this then..why do the Brits insert "u" into words. Example: neighborhood vs. neighbourhood.

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I think it's because that's the right way to spell it. Murican's always try to find a quicker route. :P

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