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For example: our and awe aren't homophones where I live. There are also some examples of "American" example which may been regionally correct but aren't nationally correct. In my neck of the woods, they are spelled: dialogue, glamor, catalogue (except in LIS which goes for the catalog option).

Then there is the weird spelling of hiccup (hiccough in the book).

There are humorous looks at spelling of English in other countries, on notices, menus and other places. We had the chance to speak with Cook on Viewpoints Radio about this subject. There are some fascinating history lessons on English spelling but many of the more modern examples don't make sense outside of specific dialects.

This is a short book with every item contained on an individual page, so we don't feel we are reading a lecture. For example: our and awe aren't homophones where I live. There are also some examples of "American" example which may been regionally correct but aren't nationally correct.

There are humorous looks at spelling of English in other countries, on notices, menus and other places.

The book is full of photographs of spelling and punctuation errors, spelling quizes, and a host of other entertaining items.

Difficult Words Spelling Test Circle whichever one is right.1. Interesting, but the structure of jumping from one topic to another was difficult to follow and it struck me as a long excuse for why people can't master contemporary spelling. Picked it up thinking it would be similar to "Eats, Shoots and Leaves," but it's more of a compendium of 'fun facts' on etymology, historical spelling, etc. Yes, everyone has a different opinion on whether it matters, and indeed, plenty of eminent writers have struggled with the bizarre rules of our language.

It was very poorly organized without a clear mission that I could glean.

Names with 'z', 'x' or 'q': according to some branding experts, these letters convey a sense of dynamism and the future.

Xanax Prozac With a title like this, what's not to love?!

I'll come ba I was interested in and enjoyed the sections on why we spell the way we do, how spellings and usages have changed over time, and different pronunciations of letters.

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