Misspelled Words will Kill Your Vibe

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Although you don’t have to know how to spell a word to participate in the WordUp! Vocabulary Challenge, knowing how to spell words correctly is vitally important when it comes to writing. How many of these words could you spell without hesitation?

accommodate, dilemma, yacht, equilibrium, facetious, scenario, tenant, obscene, addendum, conceited, etiquette, Mississippi

Want to know why good spelling is important? Here are some reasons:

Communication: good spelling facilitates communication. By following the same rules for spelling words, we can all understand the texts and emails we read.

Comprehension: good spelling avoids confusion. In a way spelling is a bit like sports. It’s up to the person passing the ball to make sure the receiver actually catches it. The same goes for spelling. If you write with intent and proper spelling, the receiver of that text will understand it.

Future: Your professional future depends on it PERIOD! University applications and job resumes littered with spelling errors don’t make it very far.

Computer error: We can’t rely on computers to check our spelling. They get it wrong too.

Distraction: Poor spelling distracts the reader and they lose focus. It’s hard to read a text for comprehension when it’s full of spelling errors.

Impressions last: When you have people read something you’ve written and that text is full of spelling errors, it does not leave a good impression. And you know the saying….”a first impression can be a lasting one”

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