July 25 2016

The Grammar Bible’s Spelling Challenge

Rules Of Grammar LogoThe Grammar Bible By: Michael Strumpf and Auriel Douglas has a very interesting spelling challenge. The challenge is one that was issued by the author’s friend who told the author that he has met anyone who can correctly spell all of the words in the following sentence: “Outside a minuscule cemetery, an embarrassed peddler and a harassed cobbler gnawed on a desiccated bone while gazing on a lady’s ankle with unparalleled ecstasy.”

The author suggests that you try this challenge on your friends.

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November 9 2015

Rules Of Grammar: Commonly Misspelled Words

pigeon
pilgrimage
pitiful
plaid
playwright
pleasant
pneumonia
poinsettia
politically
politicking
Polynesian
pomegranate
porcelain
porpoise
portrait
possess
potatoes
potpourri
practically
prairie
precede
preceding
preference
preferred
prejudice
prevalent
primeval
probably
proceed
privilege
proceed
professor
prominent
pronunciation
propaganda
pseudonym
psoriasis
psychiatry
psychology
pterodactyl
ptomaine
pueblo

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April 3 2015

Rules Of Grammar: Commonly Misspelled Words Starting With “Ac”

Here are some words starting with “ac” that are commonly misspelled (Machine briefs included):

acerbic= A/SER/PW*IK
achievement= KHAEFMT
acknowledgement= NAOJT or NAOMT
acoustic= A/KOUFKT
acquaintance= QAINS
acquiescence= QAOEFS
acquire= QIR
acquitted= QI/-D
acrimonious= AK/MOEN/YUS
acrobat= AK/BA*T
across= KRAOS
acupressure= AK/PR*ERB
acupuncture= AUK
acrylic= A/KRIL/*IK

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