Humor or Humour?Humor is American spelling while humour is British. Here are more examples...
Am.E=humor, neighbor, behavior, color, rumor, honor, flavor
Br.E=humour, neighbour, behaviour, colour, rumour, honour, flavour
Center or Centre?
Americans use the suffix "er" while the Brits use "re".
Am.E=center, theater, luster, somber, liter, meter, fiber
Br.E=centre, theatre, lustre, sombre, litre, metre, fibre
Realize or Realise?
Americans use the "ize" suffix while their British counterparts use the "ise" ending.
Am.E=realize, organize, recognize, apologize, modernize, colonize
Br.E=realise, organise, recognise, aplogise, modernise, colonise
Analyze or Analyse?
Americans use the "yze" suffix while their British use the "yse" suffix, a reverse of above.
Am.E=analyze, paralyze, catalyze
Br.E=analyse, paralyse, catalyse