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Front Row Motorsports 26 Jul 14
Right now it's lightning. But we hope it will soon be lightening.
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Miss Chadderton 15 Jun 17
Replying to @Mrs_SPaG
RHYME - Rhythm Helps You Move Easily
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CEIP Plurilingüe de Sigüeiro 3 Oct 18
Is it bycicle or bicycle? Here are some clues: The prefix bi- means two or twice and ‘cycle’ comes from the Greek word ‘kuklos’ (wheel). So if you remember that bi- means two and a bicycle is for cycling and has two wheels, you won’t go far wrong. by
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Mrs SPaG 6 Jun 16
RAVEN: Remember Affect is a Verb & Effect is a Noun!
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Jordan Newcomb 1 Sep 13
DeFINITEly. the word finite is inside definitely. Please for the sake of my sanity STAHP spelling it incorrectly.
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Sean O Sullivan 31 Mar 15
There are some things that i cant do and speling is one of them, Thank god for spell check :P
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PCSAEnglish 23 Mar 18
Embarrassed that you can't remember the spelling? Maybe this tip will help: two red cheeks (RR) because you're feeling super shy (SS).
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Laurel Garver 14 May 15
Woe means sadness; whoa is an expression of awe or a command to slow down / stop (esp. horses); woah is a bungled misspelling.
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Ruthie Rayne 😹 3 Aug 18
There are very few words in the English language, that when spelled correctly, include the letters i, e, and i in a row. If you are trying to change the tense of a verb, drop the i e and change it to a y. Lie becomes lying, die becomes dying, untie becomes untying.
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Mrs SPaG 8 Apr 18
...apart from when we effect change.
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TJHokie 12 Jan 13
Please, people, learn the difference between breath & breathe. One's a noun; one's a verb.
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Edmonton's Child Mag 14 May 15
RT @olcsherwood: : Identify your own trouble words by keeping a list of words that you misspell often.
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Miss Chadderton 23 Mar 15
": ‘neCeSSary’ is like a shirt with 1 Collar and 2 SleeveS. This is my top spelling tip too!
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Albury Thunder 6 Sep 14
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Miss M 12 May 16
Replying to @Mrs_SPaG
There's RAGE at the heart of tragedy!
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Sarah Mitchell 3 Sep 15
Replying to @rachparker
So this --> RT : : "Alot" is not a word.”
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Ruthie Rayne 😹 3 Aug 18
: Emoji can be the same singular and plural, though "emojis" is also acceptable. It's a Japanese word and ends in J I. Emoticon is a hybridization of "Emote" and "Icon" and is spelled with an I in the middle.
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Anne Marie Lutz 22 Jul 14
No, the carriage cannot be drawn by four *purebreads*.
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Juan Corral 24 Jul 15
Replying to @nikolaszklar
@dvnielvnogueirv Always revise
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Klinsman Hinjaya Apr 14
lose vs. loose "Lose" is the opposite of "win." I believe the English team won't lose at the championship. "Loose" is the opposite of "tight." The polo shirt doesn't fit you -- it's too loose.
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