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You mean British English?
There are lots of variants in BrE!
RP (received pronunciation), sometimes nicknamed BBC-English, is the pronunciation usually taught to English learners.
depends to you wanted to leanr the british style of english or americanezed, however similar, both are very different.
Exactly what The two above me said , I would say British is more formal and Americanized English is more relaxed and less formal. Which one of the two are you intent on studying?
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I recommend that if you are going anywhere but America you should learn an English (British) dialect. If you plan on using your English solely in America, then learn an American dialect.
Listen to news broadcasts on the BBC news website, or various American news sites to pick up what an accent sounds like. If you want to hear what an Australian accent or accents from other English speaking countries, try watching movies, listening to songs, radio broadcasts or news clips.