I am writing a PhD Thesis / Dissertation and would like to be able to spell-check the thing. The problem is that I'm required to write it in UK English, while many of my quotations are written in US English. This makes spell-checking quite a pain.
Is there a way to tag sections of LaTeX text as being UK English / US English, and have a spell-checker either respond to that tagging or skip the sections which aren't in the particular language variant?
I've asked this over at http://stackoverflow.com/posts/4451944 but couldn't really get resolution as to the best way to do this.
I'm using TeXnicCenter with the latest version of MikTex.
This is for a PhD thesis of between 70 and 100,000 words. Most sources are in U.S. English, while the thesis must be written in U.K. English. There are literally hundreds of quotations, so exporting them is probably not reasonable.