Spelling Counts — Part II

I was only halfway through the alphabet

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To review, spelling and intelligence are not related, but they will seem to be if you misspell words in your writing. Watch for the tricky ones like these.

loose, lose — You don’t “loose” your keys or have “lose” change in your pocket. Remember that “loose” rhymes with “moose.” That should help.

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