The Words I Struggle To Spell

There are about 4 words that I cannot ever spell right. (Maybe less, maybe more. We will see after I remember them all, and yes, I am not changing the start of this paragraph).

Immediately. Seriously. Every time I have to spell this word, I have to question myself.

Cemetery. Here is how I spell it; every, single, time. Cemetary.

Bethlehem. Yep. I have read the Bible so much it is ridiculous that I can’t spell this word. But here is how I do spell it: Bethleham.

(I have to say, all of these red-squiggly lines under my misspelled words is traumatizing).

Eligible. Yep, I will be eligable all day long for spelling this wrong.

Okay, there are 3. And it is too painful for me to go on. But as I come across the others as I am at work, writing emails and trying to act like an adult; I will take note and let you know!

17 thoughts on “The Words I Struggle To Spell

    • Angela August 17, 2015 / 6:42 pm

      I agree. Not only do I not want to hang out at a cemetery, I really do not care if I know how to spell it ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. jan August 17, 2015 / 7:36 pm

    I can never remember how to spell awkward – Drives me crazy!

  2. caughtwithinpages August 17, 2015 / 8:07 pm

    I couldn’t agree more. It’s funny how we can love words so much but have so much trouble spelling them. Oh well. ๐Ÿ™‚ I really enjoyed reading this.

  3. Jaden C. Kilmer August 18, 2015 / 1:48 am

    I can’t spell different (“diffrent”) separate (“seperate”) restaurant (“resturant”) and, the one word that I hate spelling most of all: “Medieval.”

  4. Julian E. Benoit August 18, 2015 / 11:55 am

    Mine are personnel; I always go with one N and two Ls and receive, where I refuse to remember I before E, except after C. Plus, autocorrect and active spell check are making me lazy in my old age.

    • Angela August 18, 2015 / 12:06 pm

      Thanks for sharing Julian! A lot of the errors I see when reading something, whether it is a book, an article online, or an email, is that auto-correct fixed something it shouldn’t have. Or of course it is not always capable of knowing the difference between there or their, and other words like that.

  5. Rainman August 21, 2015 / 12:07 am

    I always want to put an extra P in my opinions, when I have the opportunity.

  6. tonyasmithauthor August 21, 2015 / 12:58 pm

    I have a hard time with a lot which I am not sure why it isn’t really spelled alot. Then I have difficulty with conscience and conscious. Now which one do I use? Supersede should really be spelled supercede in my opinion.

    • Angela August 21, 2015 / 4:40 pm

      I agree with all of these! I was just thinking about conscious and conscience LOL

  7. gpeynon August 22, 2015 / 6:04 am

    I can never spell lieutenant correctly, which is odd because the protagonist in my novel is called Lieutenant Lee, and he associates with a lot of other Lieutenant-something-or-others. That word appears over 400 times in the book… and yet I still always mis-spell it. Weird.

    • Angela August 22, 2015 / 7:18 am

      That is definitely one I would need spell check for myself. Thanks for sharing!

  8. kzmclain August 28, 2015 / 10:12 am

    Mine are burglar and broccoli!

    • Angela August 28, 2015 / 1:43 pm

      Those are both tricky ones! I was thinking about how I can never, ever spell Bethlehem correctly. I always spell it like I say it” Bethleham”. I am much more aware of it now ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Saba-Thambi August 30, 2015 / 11:31 am

    preposterous! – always gets me ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

    Saba

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