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Study the word list: 20 Commonly Misspelled Words

In this word list, we’re looking at 20 words which are often spelled incorrectly. These words can trip us up and lead to mistakes that impact the clarity of our writing. From the commonly mixed-up i and e to the instances where double letters sneak in, each word in this list presents its own set of difficulties. But remember, challenges are opportunities to learn and improve.

As you go through these words, you'll not only learn how to spell them correctly but also develop a better grasp of language patterns and the origins of words. By the time you’ve worked though these spelling activities, you'll have the skills to conquer even the most confusing words.

accommodate I am sorry I can't accommodate you in my hotel.
business Development of new business is vital to an economy.
calendar Mark off the dates on a calendar.
definitely That cat is definitely sick.
embarrass Don't embarrass me in front of my friends.
February February is the second month of the year.
grammar It is important to use correct grammar within our work.
humorous He has a humorous sense of fun and likes a good laugh.
intelligence The intelligence team decoded the cipher easily.
jewellery British English spelling The king wore a lot of jewellery.
leisure In my leisure time I enjoy swimming.
misspell Many words are easy to misspell.
neighbour British English spelling Their new neighbour was very kind.
occurrence An eclipse is a rare occurrence.
parliament Parliament meets in the Palace of Westminster.
questionnaire A questionnaire can be used to find out opinions.
recommend I recommend this course to home schoolers.
separate Can you separate those fighting dogs?
tomorrow I'll call you again tomorrow.
weird I heard a very weird noise in the night.

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'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' spelling exercise for 20 Commonly Misspelled Words Learn this spelling list using the 'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' activity.

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accommodate
business
calendar
definitely
embarrass
February
grammar
humorous
intelligence
jewellery
leisure
misspell
neighbour
occurrence
parliament
questionnaire
recommend
separate
tomorrow
weird

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