Long live spell spell check. I'd be doomed without it. But there are several words the English language that don't make sense. For example:Objective is pronounces differently that Adjective. Even though they both spelled with "-djective". the only difference is the first letter.
I'm constantly misspelling everything. That's why they invented spell check. Just for moi!
Wow, that's so true. I never noticed how weird it was before. Thanks for pointing that one out!
LOL, I'm a horrible speller to begin with =/
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i'm always misspelling it and that's odd for me because (i almost hate to admit it and you guys can hate me) but i hardly ever misspell anything. the only other word i have trouble with is ninety. is there an e before the t or not? i'm sorry, but i can't help but mention that "objective" has a B before the -jective and "adjective" has a D before -jective, which would explain why they're pronounced differently (unless you were just kidding around, JM, and now i've just made a huge fool of myself.) :P
Jm: The English language is tricky. I really feel for people who have to learn it as a second language.Stina: You're pretty powerful. ;)Eileen: :)Tami: No worries. Still love ya! :)Lori: Very cool! Thank you!Michelle: I don't usually have a problem spelling either. I think that's why it annoys me so much.