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What’s Up With “Toward” and “Towards”?

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    US English - toward. British English - towards. They mean the same thing!
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  10. theyuniversity reblogged this from theyuniversity and added:
    Similarly, “afterward" and "afterwards" mean exactly the same thing. The former is the more common spelling in America...
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