laryro escreveu:I surely prefer American English because that's variation in which I irrefragably have more contact (obviously). And its pronunciation is quite easier for me than British English pronunciation, because of the 1st reason.
I don't know, but there's something in BrE (let's shrink) that souds weird to me (but I have to confess that Morissey is making my mind about it. hahahaha).
But here's the deal: even prefering (?) AmE, one of my dreams is to travel around the Europe, so... I should prefer BrE.
Am I going to have problems with that? I mean, with the fact that I think BrE weird? hahaha
Please see my reply to Ravenna, near the top of page 2 of this topic, with reference to having trouble with British English. Then please consider the changes I made to your post in this rewrite, and let me know what you think of it.
"I surely prefer American English because that's the variation which I irrefutably have had more contact with. Its pronunciation is quite easier for me than British English, which is due to having more contact with American English.
I don't know why, but there's something in British English that sounds weird to me, however I must confess that Morissey is helping me make my mind up about it.
I have a concern, eventhough I prefer American English, one of my dreams is to travel around Europe, and I am worried that I may have problems while in Europe since I learned American English and think British English is weird."
I hope that this posting and any future postings help you better understand English.