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Topic # 228644 15-Jan-2018 21:45
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Definately. Definitely.

 

Gaurantee. Guarantee.

 

Are two of my top ones. I'll probably think of a few more later on.

 

So what are yours? laughing

 

 


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  Reply # 1939394 15-Jan-2018 21:58
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apparently 'the' aka teh 





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  Reply # 1939395 15-Jan-2018 22:16
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i used to be a good speller, now it doesn't matter with spell check correcting all my mistakes. Like  simple maths , it's a dying art . Technology has a lot to answer forsmile


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1939398 15-Jan-2018 22:19
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Diarrhoea.  Thus I just call it the squirts. 


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  Reply # 1939404 15-Jan-2018 22:22
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infrastructure


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  Reply # 1939411 15-Jan-2018 22:32
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Every word that is not phonetically correct.

 

Totally joys being dyslexic with borderline dyspraxia. 

 

 

 

When the squiggly lines stop working, or i simply don't have the mental brain power level to shape up a word... I know i'm f*cked.

 

Often google is also my spellchecker, It has a far better hitrate at my garbled attempts.

 

 

 

*In this instance there are other factors at play, however this post took all of 3 spellcheck attempts to make.





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  Reply # 1939426 15-Jan-2018 23:20
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Courier post, i hate the c word.

 

recommend. not reccomend.

 

jewelry , not jewelery.

 

guarantee. its never garanteed.

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1939439 16-Jan-2018 00:09
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These days, I am unsure if I cannot spell it, or if I cannot type it accurately!

 

I can't think of specific words just now. I recall being given lines at school to write out people because I kept getting it wrong. After writing it 1000 times, I never got it wrong again...! I still hear my 10 year old voice repeating "P-E-O-P-L-E" in my head though...!

 

Guarantee is a common one. I get round words like that by phonetics in my head - so writing guarantee is actually writing "Gwaar antee" like Guar gum.

 

Some have handy rhymes. Necessary - Never Eat Chips Eat Salmon Sandwiches And Remain Young for example.






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  Reply # 1939456 16-Jan-2018 07:15
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From & form..... not really a spelling issue as much as a typo but this one goes both ways and autocorrect naturally cant see it


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  Reply # 1939474 16-Jan-2018 08:03
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I often get "gauge" wrong (guage) but thankfully I can tell that it looks wrong when I do.


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  Reply # 1939540 16-Jan-2018 09:26
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Printer. Only when typing it though.

 

 

 

Always comes out Pritner. And often my Surname - typing too fast and mucking up a couple of letters (the last four letters of my surname are all on the top row of the keyboard).

 

 


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  Reply # 1939543 16-Jan-2018 09:31
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lose and loose

 

bought and brought

 

that's all I can think of!


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  Reply # 1939551 16-Jan-2018 09:38
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I always have such trouble with unfortunatently (correct: unfortunately). And interestingly some spell check algorithms don't always manage to correctly suggest 'unfortunately' for my attempts (Firefox just did though haha). Often I just type into DuckDuckGo and copy'n'paste the correct spelling into whatever app I'm using.

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  Reply # 1939561 16-Jan-2018 09:47
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I uses to play a Rouge on World of Warcraft........


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  Reply # 1939599 16-Jan-2018 10:42
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Resnick: uses

 

There's a new one for your list!


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  Reply # 1939601 16-Jan-2018 10:45
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I always seem to struggle with manufacturer .


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