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Could any one tell me what is the difference between American English language and British and Australian English Language?

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Are these correct in American English Language?(I'm not being racist but,I live in U.S.A I want to learn their dialect)

1)I came right after the school was over. (The school refers to the building. School (no "the") refers to the classes.)

2)I came right after school. Good.

3)STIM academy student. It is not a sentence. Do you mean, "I am a student at the STIM academy"?

4)Who is going to win in the end?
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I remembered can you please answer me always in American English?

are these correct?

1)Take it away (from) or (of) me.

2)There is little snow here.we don't use articles before snow,right?

3)He was raised wrongly.

4)Why we don't add "a" before cancer in this phrase:living with cancer?

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bassaI remembered can you please answer me always in American English?
Hi Bassa;
I assure you that I am answering in American English, not Scottish, not British English, not Australian English, not Indian English, nor any other dialect. But were you aware that there are many regional variations even in American English?
bassare these correct?
1)Take it away (from) or (of) me.
2)There is little snow here.we don't use articles before snow,right?
3)He was raised wrongly.
4)Why we don't add "a" before cancer in this phrase:living with cancer?
1)Take it away from me.
2)There is little snow here. We don't use articles before snow, right?
Not exactly: Look at the difference (both are correct):
There is little snow here. (There is not much snow here.)

There is a little snow here. (There is a little bit of snow here.)

3)He was raised wrongly.
I'm not sure what you are trying to say. Maybe one of these:

His parents did not raise him with good moral values.
His parents did not treat him well as a child.

4)Why we don't add "a" before cancer in this phrase:living with cancer?
We do not use articles with medical conditions, especially long-term diseases.

Examples:

He was diagnosed with cancer / lung cancer / diabetes / arthritis / heart disease.
The biopsy indicated negative for cancer.
Cancer in many cases is a treatable disease.
Paul had polio as a child.

But for medical conditions that are temporary, or an episodic event we usually use an article:

He has a broken leg / a sprained ankle.
He has a bad cold / a fever / a headache.

He has the flu.
He has a scrape on his knee.
He has a bad bruise.
Dad had a heart attack.
She had an operation.
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Are these correct in American English (I'm just saying if any other person would answer)?

1)You have a breast cancer. (I don't know why it is not showing the word that is before cancer!)

2)I needed to let the people understand me OR we don't put (the) before people?

3)This swell turned out to be cancer OR without (out) afther turned?

4)I did not say even a one word OR without (a) before one?

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bassa(I'm just saying if any other person would answer)?
If you want other people to answer, start a new topic or new thread.
bassa1)You have a *** cancer. (I don't know why it is not showing the word that is before cancer!)
You have lung cancer. You have colon cancer. You have throat cancer. You have liver cancer. etc. There is no article (a) before the word "cancer."

The *** is automatically inserted by the web site software if the word might be considered obscene or objectionable. It is not in your particular sentence, but the software is not smart enough to make those distinctions.
bassa2)I needed to let the people understand me OR we don't put (the) before people?
If you have identified some particular set of people, then use "the." For example"
I need to learn how to make the people in my school understand me.

If it is people in general (all people), then we do not put "the."
Nobody understands me. I need to learn how to make people understand me.

Most of the time, you will mean "people in general".

bassa3)This swell turned out to be cancer OR without (out) afther turned?


"Turn out" is a phrasal verb.
A phrasal verb is a verb + preposition, where the combination makes a new meaning. There are several phrasal verbs with "turn":
He turned down the job offer. (He said, "I will not take the job")
In the story of Cinderella, the pumpkin turned into a carriage. (The pumpkin became a carriage.)
He turned the light off. I turned the light on.

I turned the idea over in my mind. (I thought about the idea for a while.)
Turn up the radio, I can't hear it.

The lost dog turned up in the neighbor's yard. (He was found in the neighbor's yard.)
I turned to my friends for help. (I went to my friends when I needed help.)

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The swelling turned out to be cancer. (The doctor took a biopsy of the swelling and the tests showed that it was cancerous. )
bassa4)I did not say even a one word OR without (a) before one?
"A" and "one" are the same. Don't use them together.

These all mean the same thing:

I did not say a word.
I did not say one word.
I did not say a single word.
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Are these correct?

1)I never have homework.

2)I would probably not change it. This sentencet is incorrect,right?we have to put the (not) after would,right?

3)I took up the whole time OR without up?

4)Can you please help me finding an Aspirin OR without (an) before Aspirin?

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bassaAre these correct?
1)I never have homework.
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2)I would probably not change it.
It is perfectly OK.
bassa3)I took up the whole time OR without up?
Actually, the sentence makes sense with up and without up.

The class took the whole hour.
It will take up to 40 minutes to finish the exam.
I took all of the time allowed to finish the exam.
I am small and don't take up the whole airplane seat.
I don't want to take up too much of your time.
I don't want to take too much of your time.
This box will not take up much space in your closet.
bassa4)Can you please help me finding an Aspirin OR without (an) before Aspirin?
In the drug store: Can you help me (to) find the aspirin?

If you have a headache:
I need to take an aspirin. I will feel better after 30 minutes.
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Questions:

1) ................. wrapping things carefully in paper. why we don't put (a) before paper?

2)Our school activities OR we add ('s) to school?

Are these correct?

3)The street was covered with the snow that failed last night?

4)Our street was covered with snow.We don't add (the) before snow in this sentence,right?

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