Even in these days of automatic spell checkers and grammar checkers, it is amazing how often I receive e-mails and documents to read or edit that contain obvious spelling errors. Don’t let this happen to your own written work or correspondence unless you want to lose credibility in a hurry.
In fact, because most people (and businesses) these days are well aware that automatic spell checking software exists and is readily available, it looks even worse if your written work and/or correspondence have obvious spelling and grammar mistakes. Allow this to happen and, at best, you will look sloppy and/or lazy.
Although most words can be spelled correctly by carefully sounding them out phonetically, as always in the English language there are numerous exceptions. Even if you use a spell checker program, you should still do a final review on your own, because auto spell checkers cannot catch everything since they can’t always understand the context.
For example: “Butt fore the forth of July parade, all fourty of us would have been their in the forenoon.”
There are at least five spelling/grammatical errors in the foregoing sentence. My MS-Word spell checker picked up one error only! (“fourty”).
The link below goes to a page where I have compiled a list of the correct spellings of more than 150 commonly misspelled words in English:
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