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Does anyone have summary of the differences between the two.
Should we consider this matter when are about to taking TOEFL or IELTS test.

Do sentences above grammatically correct?
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Hi Oerwahfm

There is a write-up about BrE versus AmE at Wikipedia:


However, the differences between BrE and AmE are not so important that they will matter on a standardized test such as the TOEFL. There are lots of much more important things to focus your time and energy on when preparing. So, my advice would be that you should not waste your preparation time on the differences between BrE vs AmE.

Here are my suggestions for improving your sentences:

Does anyone have a summary of the differences between the two?
Should we consider this matter when are about preparing to takeing the TOEFL or IELTS (test)?

Do Are the sentences above grammatically correct?

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Oops! I didn't see Mister Micawber's post before I posted. But as you can see, we agree.
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oerwahfmI looked up the word "correct" in the dictionary, and it's a VERB, that's why I chose Do sentences..instead of Are the sentences...

Correct is both an adjective and a verb. As a verb, it usually takes an object.

Are my sentences correct? (= right)

Do I have to correct my mistakes?

CB
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Does anyone have a summary of the differences between the two?-- I don't think that there is a single comprehensive list, but [url=http://www.google.co.jp/search?hl=en&as_q=&as_epq=British+vs+American+English&as_oq=&as_eq=&num=1... ]GOOGLING[/url] should help you discover many of the differences.

Should we consider this matter when are about to take TOEFL or IELTS test?-- Writers for these and other worldwide language proficiency tests review them in an effort to minimize any such differences that might creep in. I don't think you should worry about it at all.

Are the sentences above grammatically correct?-- I have fixed them.
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Do Are the sentences above grammatically correct?

Stupid mistake, isn't it?
I looked up the word "correct" in the dictionary, and it's a VERB, that's why I chose Do sentences.....instead of Are the sentences...

Sorry but I learned a lot, thanks guys.
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