English US is a collection of dialects within the English language family. It is the most commonly used language within the United States of America, and it is considered to be the de facto language simple because it is so widespread.
The English language arrived in the United States when settlers came to colonize in the seventeenth century. Since that time, the language has developed, influenced by the population of Native Americans and the various languages of further groups of immigrants and settlers including Spanish, German and West African.
The most common differences noted between the original English and US English is the removal of the letter ‘u’ in certain words such as color and colour. The US English language has also retained a number of words which have fallen into extinction in the original English language, an example of this is the word ‘fall’ to denote the changing of seasons. This came from the Middle English phrase ‘fall of the year’.