Do you often embarrass yourself by trying to spell “embarrassed”? Can’t remember if the “vacuum” has a C or two? This list of commonly misspelled words is for you! Not only that, we’ve found clever spelling techniques to help you conquer these words once and for all. While memorizing devices is not a substitute for learning to decode, they are a fun way to reinforce the correct spelling of challenging words. Also get a free printable with common memory misspellings for sharing with your students, or keep it for your own reference.
1. Arrange accommodation
This term can accommodate a double C and a double M.
I have “C” that you want to achieve it.
Add the correct address to the envelope.
This app can help all parents.
This word loses an e in logic.
When you are sure, be sure as much as you can.
Big elephants can always understand small elephants.
Never believe a lie.
Never ride your bike when it is snowing.
The Brilo Pad is a monster.
The bus is a mess.
There are many days in the calendar.
Many people find a cEmEtEry too EEriE.
The conscientious scientist never made a mistake.
15. Of course
It must end, or it must enter
I have an ANT in my deodorant.
I relied on you, but you cut the car.
The desperate person has eaten all the food.
My favorite dessert is the strawberry shortcake. (Or you may remember that the stress is DESSERTS spelling backwards!)
EMMA finds itself in a dilemma
This app is disappearing from my screen.
He turned really red and smiled shyly.
I think a new environment will iron me out.
25. to exaggerate
Stupid Greg loved to exaggerate.
I exercise myself and I stay precise when I exercise.
That LIAR looks familiar.
Science is interesting.
Expect foreign visitors in eight hours.
They built forty forts.
I will be your friend till the end.
The governor was seduced.
Will he rule or not?
The guard and his friend assured them of safety.
The guide was in a trance.
You hear with your ears.
Don’t imagine having a second M in the imagination.
38. To imitate
Do not imitate M in this word.
I immediately ate my food.
The intern was the best at showing his interest.
It’s really rude when someone interRupts.
The second R is relevant in the irrelevant.
43. to annoy
The second in annoyance and forgetting will annoy me.
An island is a land surrounded by water.
It’s really hot in July.
I know you can reach LEDGE.
Scientists are working in the laboratory.
Listen to the lesson, you will spend less time studying.
See the jingle of light across the sky.
50. Loose / Loose
Lose a hey, but don’t loose.
Do the main work ten times and your maintenance is correct.
Men, keep your tie on.
I order my necessary coffee with two sugars.
Nell is there.
They traveled two seas (oceans) for this event.
This word has two sets of dual letters.
Often, there were ten of them.
Salary is done with work.
The two Ls are parallel.
People eat omelettes, people like eggs.
There is a part of PIE.
PNT was happy in the pleasant weather.
possess possesses many s.
I think something is possible.
Do not be superstitious. Think again.
The principal is your PAL.
He handled the problem.
Her prom date was an amazing one.
Be patient when printing receipts.
Better a poor horse than no horse at all.
I really appreciate you for recommending the spelling correctly.
Even tiny ANTs are relevant.
Repeat this together.
Take your aunt to the restaurant before she starts runting.
Rhythm helps move your two buttocks.
Do not cut C from scissors.
The secretary was adept at keeping secrets.
There is a separate rat. (You may remember that the letter R separates the two letters As.)
A soldier can die for their country.
The CIA has special agents.
Clever kids know that they need two C’s to succeed.
If you mix it up with “them”, think about going here or there.
We all went to get him.
Tomorrow, I’ll take Tom or Row a boat.
The car is also towards the garage.
The twins have gone twice.
VAL Cleans Up Mess with Ugly Vacuum.
We don’t eat sandwiches on Wednesdays.
“I” is preceded by “E” followed by “C” but its spelling Strange Strange!
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