Is there such a thing as Canadian English?

Canadian does exist as a separate variety of British English, with subtly distinctive features of pronunciation and vocabulary. It has its own dictionaries; the Canadian Press has its own style guide; the Editors’ Association of Canada has just released a second edition of Editing Canadian English.

What is the difference between American English and Canadian English?

Canadian English cannot be said to be like one or the other as it has characteristics from both styles of English. Like British English, Canadian English retains the “-re” ending of nouns which come from French such as “theatre” and “centre”, whereas American English adopts the “-er” ending for all of these words.

What is Canada’s accent?

There is no single Canadian English accent, there are many regional variations. Same goes for American English. Some accents in either country are similar to each other but there is no ‘neutral’ accent.

What is the drunkest country in the world?

  • Spain (10 Litres of pure alcohol consumed per capita per year)
  • South Korea (10.2)
  • Denmark (10.4)
  • Laos (10.4)
  • Greece (10.4)
  • Cook Islands (10.6)
  • Australia (10.6)
  • New Zealand (10.7)

Is Canadian English more British or American?

Comparison of Canadian, British, and American lexicons. Where Canadian English shares vocabulary with other English dialects, it tends to share most with American English; many terms in standard Canadian English are, however, shared with Britain, but not with the majority of American speakers.

Which country loves coffee the most?


What country drinks the most milk?


Are Canadian and American accents the same?

Canadian accents are most definitely different from American, but the differences are in very subtle vowel changes. It is a misconception that Canadians pronounce “about” as “aboot.” Canadians say this word as a British person would say the nonsense word “aboat.”

Is burping rude in Canada?

When we asked people where it’s polite to burp, answers included France, Italy, Spain, Canada and Japan. It is generally polite to burp in the countries we’re about to list, but you should double-check the next time someone off-handedly mentions a country and says that burping is a compliment to the chef.