11 Words You Didn’t Know You Were Misspelling

8 thoughts on “11 Words You Didn’t Know You Were Misspelling”

  1. This is excellent – and very true. I pause over using “all right” and “alright”.

    In some ways, I’ve made it more awkward for myself because I’m an Australian (born of British parents), writing my books with USA spelling (except for “grey” as I’ve just learned. LOL), because I publish on Amazon and most of my readers are Americans. 🙂

    Cheers! I enjoyed this article.

  2. The one that drives me crazy, and I see it a lot at work: setup vs. set up. So far as I know, the former is a noun and the latter is a verb, but people use them interchangeably in emails. There are a number of similar cases, e.g. login vs. log in. I don’t know what the official rule is about these.

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