Category Archives: Speller Beezy and Other Ailments
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
Good: infrastructure Bad: infracture My mistake on this word is that the word structure is in the word. A foundation, organization or STRUCTURE of an item or a city. Thus infraSTRUCTURE. Do you have a better idea? Please … Continue reading
Good: Per diem Bad: predium It will help if I remember this is two words. Everyone gets paid PER service. Thus PER diem. Do you have a better idea? Please feel free to share in the comment section of … Continue reading
Good: prominent Bad: promentent Right now I don’t have the best example to remember this middle of this word. Each of us may only have a MINute to be at the top of their game or proMINent in their … Continue reading
Good: Hyperventilating Bad: hyperventilating I am just forgetting the I. HyperventIlating is when I have a hard time breathing because of panic. Thus remember the I. Do you have a better recommendation? Please feel free to share.
Spaghetti spacatti It’s the GHE part of part of the word I consistently spell wrong. Sound-wise I always want the GhET (sounds like get) heaps of spaGhETti as often as I can. Do you have a better recommendation? … Continue reading
Bad: Asma Good: Asthma I don’t have a good mnemonic device for this one. AsTHma is difficulty in breaTHing. Do you have a better recommendation? Please feel free to share.
Complete is a version of complements. It means to make something whole or complete. I like nice things being told about me so of course there is an I in complIments. Difference between partition and perdition and petition … Continue reading
Good: serpent Bad: surpant Serpent has two E which can look like two EyEs of a sErpEnt. Do you have a better idea? If you do, please share in the comment section of this blog. <End>