Study this wordlist Study
Learn using Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check Learn
Spelling Games Games
Listen and Spell test Test
Printable worksheets and activities Print
Handwriting worksheets Write

Study the word list: Commonly misspelled words 2

High school students who are below average at spelling.

User created list  
Can you separate those fighting dogs?
I can't believe she has married him.
My hair is beginning to go grey.
I like a person with a friendly character.
Development of new business is vital to an economy.
Is it necessary to learn to spell properly?
The cooks traveled the world to experience authentic native cuisines.
The government cuts will affect everyone.
The joke wasn't funny because it was crude.
The principal called a staff meeting.
She was a great success as a rock singer.
Some bugs are too minute to spot with the naked eye.
This room needs a thorough clean.
neighbour British English spelling
Their new neighbour was very kind.
The soldier fired a bullet.
He was the aggressor in the argument.
I am sorry I can't accommodate you in my hotel. *
The decision to stay at home was absolute.
The committee meet today.
The girls went to see their favourite pop group.

This public word list was created by a Spellzone user: .

* This sentence was added by a Spellzone user.

Use the list: Commonly misspelled words 2

'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' spelling exercise Learn this spelling list using the 'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' activity.

English spelling games Spelling games using the word list: Commonly misspelled words 2

spelling test Test yourself using the 'Listen and Spell' spelling test.

Worksheets and activities Print worksheets and activities using the word list: Commonly misspelled words 2

Handwriting worksheets Handwriting worksheets using the word list: Commonly misspelled words 2

Sign up to remove this advert

Search word lists

Try Spellzone for free

Share this list

Sign up to remove this advert

Related Spellzone lists

Common words - set 2
Business, general

"Spellzone fits in beautifully with our Scope and Sequence of Phonological Awareness and Spelling. It also aligns perfectly with the four areas of spelling knowledge and uses the Brain, Ears, Eyes approach to learning spelling."
Thank you!

Teacher, Australia