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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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1)I have a prescription under name of George OR without of?

2)I have a doctor appointment.

3)Most of the words in English start with S.

4)Female horse is called a mare OR without (a) before mare and do we add (A) before female?
1)I have a prescription under name of George.

2)I have a doctor's appointment.

3)Most of the words in English start with S.

4)A female horse is called a mare.
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bassaI have a prescription under the name of George
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bassaI have a prescription under the name of George
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1)With my respect to that doctor but he is not good.

2)Are you going to have dinner OR with (a) before dinner?

3)Do your work on separate sheet of paper OR with (a) before separate?

4)we are having a math test OR without a before math?
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1)With due respect to that doctor, he is not good.

2)Are you going to have dinner?

3)Do your work on a separate sheet of paper.

4)We are having a math test.
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One of my teachers wrote it "do your work on separat sheet og paper."

1)Either way Or ways?

2)Reviewing the study guid would help me OR review?

3)becareful on my book.

4)I'm going to tell you when to let them out,means: if there are students in the bus he would tell her when to out them out,right?

Have a good day/night:)
bassaOne of my teachers wrote it "do your work on separat sheet og paper."
It's possible that you teacher meant: Do your work on separate sheets of paper."
"A" is not used for plural.
bassa1)Either way Or ways?
Either way. One way or the other.
bassa2)Reviewing the study guid would help me OR review?
2a) Reviewing the study guide would help me.
2b) Review the study guide. It will help you.
bassa3)becareful on my book.
3) Be careful with my book.
Take care of my book.
bassa4)I'm going to tell you when to let them out,means: if there are students in the bus he would tell her when to out them out,right?
4)I'm going to tell you when to let them out.
If there are students in the bus he would tell her when to stop and open the door so they can exit.

Example of "to out someone"
Suppose your friend told tells you a secret - he is a spy for a foreign government. Your friend tells you not to tell anyone else. But you tell everyone. You outed him.

To let someone out is to allow them to leave.

I opened the door to let my dog out.
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I just want to make sure if both of these are correct:

I have a prescription under name of George.

I have a prescription under the name George.

Can we say: I have a prescription under the name George?

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