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Posted 4/23/15 , edited 4/23/15
How often do you need to use the word "reconnaissance?" Are you a spy or a secretary to a spy or something?

Anyway, as mentioned by a lot of people already, I have trouble with "necessary" sometimes.
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Posted 4/23/15
If it wasn't fopr spellcheck I thingk I'd get mhost of teh words wrong . . .mostly by acident...

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Posted 4/23/15
I'm not too confident using big words.
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Posted 4/23/15
Ultimately

I misspell it ultimitely or ultamitly or ultamatly or ultamitely or ulimetely or ultamately.... you get the point.
Posted 4/24/15
those words with lots of esses. you can never tell when to put one s or double s.

i'm also bad at spelling foreign names, or "unique" spelling types of names...
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Posted 4/24/15
That's what spell check is for.If you don't write very much your syntax and spelling suffer.
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Posted 4/24/15
There are some words that get me most of the time, too, but when it comes to lose, if someone misspells it as "loose" I will judge them hard. Other misspellings don't bother me as much, because I constantly see lose being misspelled.
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Posted 4/24/15
i mispill evythng
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Posted 4/24/15
Well, a commonly misspelled french word would be “ voilà ”.
Posted 4/24/15
Thoroughly.... and I just used the spell check to write it
Posted 4/24/15
Temporary, such an annoying word.
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Posted 4/24/15
I make typos, but I rarely misspell. The most common typo for me is typing it's instead of its. I know the difference very well, and know that "it's" should not be used to denote possession, but for some reason my finger often automatically reaches for and makes contact with that apostrophe without me even noticing.
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Posted 4/24/15
Yes, I've had typos. Then there's some words I've gotten out of practice of using so it takes a second longer before I correct the spelling. Oh and since I'm not from the USA my spelling will be English spelling. I once got encyclopaedia wrong on a spelling test because I spelt it the American way. We also used both learnt and learned. By the time we're 11/12 in the Caribbean it's assumed you know how to spell so teacher's no longer spell anything out for you. It was my shock to get back to the UK at 16 and see teachers still spelling words out for 16 year olds .
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