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Apologise or Apologize?

Apologise or Apologize?

Apologize is the standard American English spelling. Apologise is the standard British English spelling. Wouldn’t it be embarrassing to have a spelling error in a…

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Modeling vs. Modelling

Modeling vs. Modelling

Whether you’re modelling or modeling, you’re doing the same thing. The only difference is in the spelling—the one with the single L is preferred in…

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Here, Here or Hear, Hear?

Here, Here or Hear, Hear?

If you want to voice your agreement with someone during a debate (especially if you’re a member of the UK Parliament), you will shout “hear,…

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To vs. Too

To vs. Too

To is a preposition with several meanings, including “toward” and “until.” Too is an adverb that can mean “excessively” or “also.” Just to be clear:…

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Disk vs. Disc

Disk vs. Disc

Most of what you need to remember about “disk” and “disc” is the following: “disk” is the preferred spelling in American English, and it’s also…

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