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Thread: What do you think about UK Grammar and the Received Pronounciation?

  1. Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Isn't the Queen's English more common in India?
    It does make sense,because of the colonization I guess.

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    Another consideration may be the ability level of spelling and grammar of your target audience. For example, check out the comments on YouTube under videos in your Niche to get some shocking examples.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Andy101 View Post
    Another consideration may be the ability level of spelling and grammar of your target audience. For example, check out the comments on YouTube under videos in your Niche to get some shocking examples.
    Interesting example but I think that the best way is just to use American English,since Google is a US company and most people online use american english...it serves you best to be obedient to the US of A

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    I'm from the UK, but i tend to write using z's in place of s's lol :P

  5. Quote Originally Posted by sparckyz View Post
    I'm from the UK, but i tend to write using z's in place of s's lol :P
    Even thought I use American English,I always proffered British English,since I am a fan of Shakespeare guess that's the reason...

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