In this article, you can find a few commonly misspelled English words with their correct spelling. Most people think spelling mistakes are minor things. But misspelled words are actually one of the most problematic issues in the communication, professional and business world. Wrong spelling can surely put a dent in your professional reputation. In the present digital world, there are many free tools and browser extensions available for checking grammar and spelling while writing online or offline. Do you have the spellcheck feature on your digital devices? I use Grammarly and it helps me a lot. Spelling mistakes can happen, either typographic errors or you may not knowing the correct spelling of a word.
Commonly Misspelled English Words
|apparant, aparent, apparrent, aparrent||Apparent|
|collaegue, collegue, coleague||Colleague|
|entrepeneur , entreprenur , entreperneur||Entrepreneur|
|layed off||Laid off|
|succesful, successfull, sucessful||Successful|
40 Commonly Misspelled English Words
Here are the 40 most commonly misspelled English words, along with their common misspellings, and the correct spelling on the right side. You can save this image for your use.
From the above commonly misspelled English words, if you found any you are making mistakes, nothing to worry much about. Anybody can make mistakes while typing or writing. If you are making mistakes while typing on your digital devices, you can use free tools for checking spelling and grammar. Anyway, you must learn the correct spelling of words to avoid mistakes in your writing.
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