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If you can spell all 10/12 words, you’re technically a genius

How much of a spelling swot are you?

Most people in life, think themselves “above average” at most things.

This is, of course, not the case. As denotes, most people are, in fact, average….

 

Test your spelling ability with these tricky words below – Which word(s) is spelled incorrectly in each sentence?

 

1. The jury voted to indite him for the crime.

 

2. He spent eight months convalencing after the stroke.

 

 

3. She can no longer accomodate his lies.

 

4. Put your hankercheif in your genes pocket.

 

5. She told him that he was her guardien angle.

 

 

6. The party was a welcome to the begining of a new millenium

 

7. She went to the cemetary with her colleague

8. The internet is too full of mispelled words.

 

9. She was admitted to the hospital because she had neumonia

 

10. She definately did not have any rhythym.

 

11. She found the pronounciation of the word “mischievious” difficult

 

12. occasionaly, she felt she received little acknowlegment for her hard work

 

 

 

 

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How well do you think you did?

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Scroll down for answers!

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Correct Spellings:

1. indict

2. convalescing

3. accommodate

4. handkerchief and jeans

5. guardian and angel

6. beginning and millennium

7. cemetery

8. misspelled

9. pneumonia

10. definitely and rhythm

11. pronunciation and mischievous

12. Occasionally and acknowledgment. The standard American version is “acknowledgment,” however the British version, “acknowledgement,” is also correct.

 

 

 

 

 

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