Marilyn Vos Savant said, “When our spelling is perfect, it’s invisible. But when it’s flawed, it prompts strong negative associations.” I believe that what she had said is understandable for many. As an English teacher sometimes I tend to be “judgemental” about other people whenever they write something with words spelled incorrectly.
If you know the right spelling of the word “judgmental” you might have noticed it. You might have seen that difference. However, I purposely did it to show my point in this article. By the way, judgmental and judgemental are accepted as correct spellings.
Spelling the words correctly is important. If you misspell them you might receive preconceptions from others about you as a person. I remembered my boss before, he told me about a resume that he had received from an applicant with a lot of spelling mistakes and he automatically denied the application.
This being said, we should be careful.
In this article I will share twenty commonly misspelled words in the English language.
Click the video to see these different words.