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It depends obviously on what you intend to do, what kind of job you are aiming at, or where you live and where you are going to go. For instance, if you just want to understand series or movies, it's obviously better to learn American English, but if you live in France, and your company does business with Britain, then better go for British English. Even in India or Australia, the language is closer to British English than to American English. In Canada, that's another story. If you would like to travel to countries where English is not the national language, I would recommend learning American English, but it does not matter very much if you choose British English, because educated people are likely to understand you anyway. So my advice, for what it's worth, is : consider your goals, and you will see which is more suitable.
I had a similar question, you may like to read the answers : Us english vs gb english: how should one decide which one to use?.What is the best: learn english of britain or english of america?
ok thanks for the answerSalam wa rahma
The British is the classic English , the American is just American
The classic English is used in business and jobs , the American may be in USA only
It's good to learn the basic classic English , and have a little informations about the differences between the two languages
Learning professionnal vocab' from an american soap-opera is as effective as Learning Professional french vocab' from Touche Pas A mon Poste with Cyril Hannouna.i have a little trouble with american soap-opera from the french tv:
when i switch on the subtiles, i although understand anything of the American english, so i don't see where is the professional benefict from it?!