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Are these correct in American English Language?

1)I have flu.Whiout an (a) before flu?

2)This is the leftover of one of my medicine OR this is a leftover of one of my medicine?

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Hi,
Are these correct in American English Language?

1)I have flu.Whiout an (a) before flu?

2)This is the leftover of one of my medicine OR this is a leftover of one of my medicine?

Here's waht we'd say in Canada.

I have the flu.
This is some leftover medicine.

Clive
Is there any difference between the American English and Canadian English?
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Is there any difference between the American English and the Canadian English?
Hi,

Is there any difference between the American English and the Canadian English?
Is there any difference between the American English and the Canadian English?

Clive
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so is there?
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Hi,


Have a look here, for a start.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_English


http://www.canadianimmigrant.ca/asktheexpert/article/2847


Clive

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So,the difference is mostly in the pronounciation.By the way is this sentence correct
Hi,

In those links, there were plenty of differences not related to punctuation. pronunciation.
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