What is the question?
Student or Learner
Spoken English > Written English
Formal English > Formal English
Colloquial English > ?
What would be the answer?
Your second example doesn't make sense. Both sides of the > sign read "Formal English".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Maybe it's a trick?
OMG! I am so sorry. I made a mistake. Well, let me retype it.
1) Spoken English > Written English
2) Formal English > Informal English
3) Colloquial English > ?
I think now it makes sense. I was actually looking for the antonym of "Colloquial". Soothingdave's source helped me to find the answer; which was "formal". I thought there would be any special word. Thank you all.
What makes you think spoken English is greater than written English?
I think the symbol's just being used to indicate antonyms, isn't it?