Spelling

How Do You Spell Lasagna?

How Do You Spell Lasagna?

Lasagna is an American spelling. Lasagne is a British spelling. Brown Italian sausage, ground beef, onion, and garlic. Stir in a can each of crushed…

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Photoshoot or Photo Shoot?

Photoshoot or Photo Shoot?

Photo and shoot are two words with distinct meanings. But if you combine them, should you write them as one word or two? Let’s illustrate…

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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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Dreamed or Dreamt?

Dreamed or Dreamt?

Dreamt and dreamed are both past tense forms of dream. Dreamed is more popular than dreamt when talking about sleeping. Is there a difference between…

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