Both Americans and Britons speak in English but there are fundamental differences. The differences are in spelling, pronunciation and reference to things or activities. One of the most obvious differences is in the most loved game of 22 players. The British will call it football while Americans call it soccer. Their version of football is a different game altogether where players dress like a wicket keeper in cricket.
Did you know that American do not use the word please where Britons expect it to be? British will say please when they order for something in shop or restaurant as t hey consider the action by the persons who serve them as a personal request. Americans consider ordering as mere act to provide the waiter or store attendant with the necessary information so will not include please in their conversation.