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10 Feb 2012, 00:31
Hey guys,

as I'm having my TOEFL tomorrow I will appreciate your quick response on the following two questions related to the Writing:

1. Should one use the British English or American English spelling of some words - humor vs. humour, color vs. colour, center vs. centre etc.? Does this make a difference?
2. Are short forms like That's why, aren't, and other appropirate or should one write them as two separate words - e.g. That is why, are not etc?

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