British and American spelling - the differences

British and American English spelling differences This test deals with British spellings.
Click here to go to the American version of the test.

Work out the missing letters. There could be one, two or three.


Work out which letters are missing then type the whole word.



Please send me a copy of your catalo___.
I'll pay for the goods by che___.
She is a ski___ful writer.
A p___diatrician treats sick children.
That newspaper article is libe___ous.
The mood at the funeral was somb___.
I didn't recogni___ you with you hair cut.
Do you have a licen___ to drive this bus?
My bicycle needs a new t___re.
The forest fire will sm___lder for days.
Address the judge as 'Your Hon___.'
My hair is beginning to go gr___.
The suspect has a large m___stache.
My children love li___orice sweets.


 


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