Category Archives: Speller Beezy and Other Ailments
Good: Deniability Bad: Denighability I do spell the first of the word correctly, deni. Just add ability at the end and I’ve got it. The root of the word is deny. Maybe if I use the mnemonic of sound … Continue reading
Good: paranoid Bad: perionoid If I can remember PARA-noid and pronounce it as such I might remember the better spelling.
Good: remnants Bad: rements What are the best insects to pick up the REMaiNing remnants of food? Ants of course. So remember ANTS remnANTS. Do you have a better idea? If yes, please share in the comment section … Continue reading
Weary means tired Wary is when you feel cautious
Good: cabinets Bad: cabnets It is the letter I, I always forget. I want to put things In the cabinets so cabInets.
Good: hyperventilate Bad: hyperventalate Okay, This may be a silly idea but we will see if it works. I keep wanting to put an a to be talate. But it is an I. The word VENT is in the … Continue reading
Good: precedence Bad: presidence Precedence means taking a priory in an act, or to proceed an act before another. Proceed is in precedence. Do you have a better idea? Please feel free to share in the comment section … Continue reading
Well, for foWl the w can kind of look like a pair of Wings. Do you have a better idea? Please feel free to share in the comment section of this blog.
Good: Lightning Bad: Lightening I consistently spell this wrong. If I pronounced this correct there would be no E. Here might be a silly way to remember no e. LightNING occurs in an instant. Light and zing it there … Continue reading