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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)do we use a before food?

2)do we put (,) before if?

3)what is the difference between (happy end) and (happy ending) and can we add an S to ending?

4)Which is one is correct:

a)What do you have second period?

b)What do you have for second period?

c)What do you have second period?

Do we put the before any of them?

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1)do we use a before food?
Sometimes, but most oftne we do not.

Do not use "a" when you mean something that you eat:

Food is essential for life.

What kind of food do they eat in China?
I like Italian food.
Poor people don't have enough food to eat.
Babies eat baby food and cats eat cat food.

Example with "a". It means a kind of or type of nourishment.

Milk is a good food for young animals.
bassa2)do we put (,) before if?
Not usually, but it depends on the sentence.

I will drive you home if you need a ride.
We will play baseball tomorrow if it doesn't rain.
bassa4)Which is one is correct:
a)What do you have second period?
b)What do you have for second period?
c)What do you have second period?
(a) and (c) are the same. You can say these and people will understand you. I think this is what you mean:

What subject do you have in second period?
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1)You took a longer time.Is this correct?

2)I was raised incorrect OR incorrectly OR we use wrong?

3)I missed an entire semester.

4)His mom always use to .......... .

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bassa1)You took a longer time.Is this correct?
You have to add something to complete the thought.

1)You took a longer time than average.
You took a longer time than I expected.
You took a longer time than he did to eat dinner.
bassa2)I was raised incorrect OR incorrectly OR we use wrong?
Well, I don't believe there is an absolute correct way to raise kids.

Grammatically you need an adverb - incorrectly or wrongly.
bassa3)I missed an entire semester.
Fine.
bassa4)His mom always used to .. .
"Used to" does not change.

P.S. I answered this question earlier.
is this correct?

1)She is at hospital.

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bassa1)She is at hospital.
She is in hospital. --- This is typical British English.
She is in the hospital. --- This is American English.