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Worried about penning a letter without the "safety net" of your trusty word processor, its spell check function and backspace button? Here’s a list of some of the most commonly misspelled words you can use to check your words before you put pen to paper on that beautiful new stationery.

Misspelling:Correct Spelling:
AlotA lot
AcceptibleAcceptable
AcheiveAchieve
BeleiveBelieve
CalenderCalendar
ConshenceConscience
DefinatelyDefinitely
EmbarassEmbarrass
NeiborNeighbor
OccuredOccurred
PercievePerceive
RecieveReceive
ReccomendRecommend
SeperateSeparate
SincerlySincerely
SupercedeSupersede
SupriseSurprise
UntillUntil
TommorrowTomorrow
WetherWeather
WierdWeird

Don’t forget these commonly misused rules too:

Their / they’re / there (Their is possessive, they’re stands for "they are," there is a place!)

Its / It’s (Use the apostrophe only if "it’s" is replacing "it is")

All ready / already (All ready means completely ready. Already means before the present time)

Too / Two / To (Too means "in addition," two is a number, to is used for everything else)

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