An Englishman would tell you how he had gone and got drunk, while an American would tell you how he had gone and gotten drunk. An Englishman would invite you to come and see his slide collection, while an American would invite you to come see it instead.
...actually, most of us would write to you. Though we may be tempted to E-Mail you or Friend you on LiveJournal. -ElliottBelser
An Englishman likes fishing. An American likes to fish. I second that Ugh! Like 'I say you' or a little better 'I said you' Vs the useful addition of 'to'. Fantastic word that 'to'. "I told you" is even better, as in "I told you to talk proper!" So much to do so little time... -Hoshi-Chan
Is that why Microsoft/Office? won't let me use which whenever? -ColinLeung
(PeterTaylor) Yes. It supports English spell-checking, but not English grammar checking.