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Lol, this was loads of fun. 😀 The common English words I usually spell wrong are embarrassment, bouquet, immediately, address, and Mississippi, to name a few. Embarrassing, I know. 😛 Thank God for spellchecks!
I got one of these wrong for being English – in British English, “licence” is the noun form while “license” is the verb form. A person who has been licensed is granted a licence. “Practice” and “practise” work the same way.
I got the other one wrong out of genuine error, though. 😛
The only one I got wrong was Daiquiri – a word I’ve never seen in print before.
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