The military of Britain was very well-trained and had hundreds of years of experience. They were very precise and synchronised in their movements and decisions, thus giving them a higher ground.
Because of the wealth and power of Britain, supplying the military was not a problem, and they used this to their advantage against the Continental Army, whom faced large shortages of food and ammunition.
Lack of Passion
Same. I just want to be home already.
The British Army had 110,000 troops at its peak during the Revolutionary War and highly outnumbered the Continentals, whom only numbered 50,000 people at one time at their maximum.
Alright, we'll have it to you in a month
When the British came to North America during combat, the battles were in areas in which the British were oblivious to for the most part. The lack of familiarity compared to their Continental counterparts with the territory proved to be a loss.
Because of the lack of passion and care among the British and how long the war dragged on for, the British didn't feel they had a reason to fight other than the King's orders.
I miss my family!
The distance between Britain and North America is very great and communication between the two concerning their situation and reinforcements was slow and difficult.