Differences and similarities essays

In British English, some words from French, Latin or Greek end with a consonant followed by an unstressed -re (pronounced ( non-rhotic accent ) /ə(ɹ)/ or ( rhotic accent ) /ɚ/ ). In American English, most of these words have the ending -er . [21] [22] The difference is most common for words ending -bre or -tre : British spellings calibre , centre , fibre , goitre , litre , lustre , manoeuvre , meagre , metre , mitre , nitre , ochre , reconnoitre , sabre , saltpetre , sepulchre , sombre , spectre , theatre (see exceptions) and titre all have -er in American spelling.

Differences and similarities essays

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