We were discussing slight differences in spelling - however, both US English and British English spell "schedule" the same despite a difference in pronunciation.<quoted text>
HughBe---- BS. There are not only SPELLING differences between real English and American English -- these differences affect UNDERSTANDING and communication.
Joel---Give an example.
HughBe--- I have given many examples but it seems that you have not understood even one of them. Why? It is because of your competence in the area.
Spelling example already given--- Honor and honour.
Where difference in spelling is concerned, the speakers of American or of British English will recognise the written word "schedule" or "honour/honor" in written form with the latter pair (honor/honour) having the same pronunciation in both versions of English.
So, what's your point where the written forms of both forms of English is concerned?