Special Report

50 Commonly Misspelled Words in English

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Don’t put this off till another day — tomorrow has one “m” and two “r’s.”

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Believe me — true has an “e” but truly doesn’t.

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People misspell this word with two “c’s” and one “u,” and sometimes with an “e” for good measure.

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According to Google, this is the most common “how to spell” search in Alaska.

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It may seem weird, but people often spell this with the “i” before the “e.”

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