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Can you name the most often misspelled words?
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Just remember to accept any table.
It's no accident this adverb is on the list.
Don't quit on this verb.
A lot of people misspell this one.
Professionals might miss this word.
A parent must pay the rent.
Don't debate the spelling of this noun.
Only God knows why this is here.
The i before e rule is no lie.
It has nothing to do with the weather.
This gory word has an e in it.
Don't let this one bury you.
You would probably want to save this -ible word.
This newspaper word has a silent consonent at the end.
This tough con word has a [ch] sound spelled two different ways. If you get it, i o u congratulations.
This word has nothing to do with the U.S. Census.
Think of a drink and spell it right.
Surely you won't forget the second [e] in this adverb.
Many sober people omit one of the [n]s in this word.
Even smart people might forget how to spell this one.
Equip your mind and leave the [t] out of this word
Remembering the [h] in this word will 'lift your spirits.'
The [a] in this word does not exist!
This foreign word violates the i-before-e rule.
This word is not spelled like warranty even though they are synonyms.
This high word does not end in [th].
Humor us and spell this one right.
Surely you're not unaware that this word doesn't end in -ence.
Depends on the fact that this word ends in -ent.
Sounds like a shot in the arm. One [n] the arm is enough.
Using two [l]s in this word and ending it in -ence are marks of....
It's short but often misspelled.
No verdict: Americans and Brits don't agree on this one.
Don't confuse corn with KFC.
Just a French word throwing you a curve: an extra [i]
The books say that both [r]s in this word should be pronounced.
Learning to omit the [e] in this word should lighten the load some.
One of the 1000 big words with double letters.
This mini word has a vowel that is rarely pronounced.
You would think this small word is mini but it's not.
It's embarassing that people miss this one!
Mr. Rogers knows this word that breaks the i-before-e rule.
Notice that the [e] is retained in this word.
This word 'happens' to have two double consonants and ends in -ence.
Something you do to pass the time.
Keep trying and you will get this word right.
This word 'has' two double [s]s.
'Succeed,' but 'Pre....' Sometimes English doesn't make sense.
Don't you hate those pop-up surveys?
Refer to the fact that this word ends in -ence.
This word is not relevent.
'Rime' was the spelling of this one until 1650...
...when they changed it make it like this one.
If you're in the Army now...spell this one right.
This one can push you over the...
Even if you omit the [f] in the pronunciation, it is retained in the spelling.
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