and the only real difference I hear are the vowels <<
The British English/English "t" is softer sounding than the American "t".
Have you noticed this?
We can listen for this in how numbers are pronounced and in words like "tomato" and "potato". It can be heard in words like "little" and "better" as well. The American English "t" approaches sounding almost like a "d", but it's still really a "t" sound.
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