Words I Always Misspell No Matter What

Hey girl hey. And boy.

Not gonna lie, I’m actually pretty good at grammar. As I was blogging though, I noticed that I sometimes misspell things. Duh. But there are some words that I always always misspell like my brain just can’t seem to process the real spelling. Maybe because I’ve been spelling it that way my whole life until now. Embarrassing, I know. And as I am typing this, I came across 2 more words I should add to the list. So yeah let’s get started.

1. Disappear

I always always always misspell this. I’m used to it being dissapear instead of disappear. It just makes more sense in my head that way.

2. Embarrassing

Okay I just can’t seem to understand the extra “r” and “a”. I always spell this “embaressing”.

3. Misspell

I just realized that it’s spelled “misspell” instead of “mispell” right now. I guess it makes sense since mis and spell but I don’t know it just makes it look like “Miss Pell”.

Β “Hey everyone I’m Miss Pell”

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4. Saturday

Saturday makes no sense at all. I always thought it was Saterday.

5. Announcement

I always spell this “anouncment” But apparently there’s two n’s and a “cement” instead of “cment”.

6. Noticeable

Something about the ‘e’ and ‘a’ together is kind of off. I always seem to spell it “noticable”.

7. Over-exaggerated

I don’t even know how to spell that. I just sound it out like over-exadgerated but there’s no ‘d’ so I guess I could fix that.

8.Β Unnecessary

For some reason I spell this with one ‘n’. “Unecessary” which now actually doesn’t make sense but whatever.

9. Maroon

Marroon doesn’t make sense but I always spell it like that.

10. Officially

I feel like I’m getting problems with words with 2 double letters. I either spell it oficially or officialy. Like just one double letter. Oh well.

11. Practice

Practise? Two c’s aren’t working with me.

12. Excersise

Excersice. Similiar to the last one too.

13. Similar

Alway similiar. I don’t know whyΒ πŸ˜‚


This was a pretty short blog but oh well.

What words do you often misspell?

I’ll see you guys Tuesday.

BayyyΒ πŸ’ž




33 thoughts on “Words I Always Misspell No Matter What

  1. whatismaria says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever spelt disappear and embarrassing right the first time round (took me a couple of tries just then lol). Accommodation and apologise are also bad ones for me. Absolutely loved this post πŸ˜‚

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  2. vogelstand says:

    I misspell a lot of these words.. (I just realised that its misspell wut) I also misspell (still can’t get over the spelling of that) religion a lot and write it as reliegon, I haven’t a single clue whyπŸ˜‚ cool idea for the post by the way.

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  3. mysticwriter2002 says:

    Well when someone says that my poems are really awesome.
    Then I go through them all and I found a lot mistakes in it.
    And I feel like πŸ˜πŸ˜‘πŸ˜Ά.
    And I ask them about” havnt you gone through the lines seriously? There are a lot of mistakes” and they reply” its okay but poems are fantastic”.
    It’s such a big lolπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  4. KaylynsWorldBlog says:

    I misspell tons of words! The one I get most wrong would be sheriff. I always spell it scherriff! I am not really bad at spelling but I get a few words wrong occasionally. (Did I spell occasionally right?) Great post!
    If I misspell words when I’m trying I usually type the wrong key. I found another word that I misspelled! I misspelled usually! I typed usally!

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  5. Alexis Glow says:

    I can totally relate πŸ˜†
    If I struggle to spell a word I say it how it looks. like Wednesday, I say it Wed-nes-day when I spell it. Definitely becomes def-eye-night-ly.

    My year 8 English teacher put this into my head πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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