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Most Often Misspelled Words in English

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Most Often Misspelled Words in English


Listed alphabetically, these commonly misspelled words often find their way into all our writing! Here are the correct spellings, with brief tips for remembering how to write these words correctly. In addition, use the links to the left to access a wide variety of word resources, such as dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses, and bilingual dictionaries.

The Lexiteria Corporation; Dr. Robert Beard, Ph.D. in Linguistics


• High School Middle School

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