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Quite often some words that have totally different meanings are sometimes spelt very similarly and when we first learn these words it can be confusing. Hopefully the following examples will give you some specific advice but will also demonstrate the principle of creating a mnemonic to aid spelling to allow you to develop your own.
Is it "Here" or "Hear"?
Well we hear with our ear
Is it "Son" or "Sun"?
A Son is a Boy and they both have an "o".
Necessary could be spelt necessary, neccessary, or neccesary. Which is the correct one?
To remember that it is one "c" and two "s" just remember that it is necessary that you have one collar on your shirt but you wear two socks.
I'd like to thank Gwen Austin at Weymouth College in Dorset, England for giving me these mnemonics. Remember if you have any mnemonics that you would like to share with our visitors, please do drop me a line.
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