A General Style Guide for the English Language/Common Misspellings

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  • absence – absense, absance
  • acceptable – acceptible
  • accidentally/accidently – accidentaly
  • accommodate – accomodate, acommodate
  • achieve – acheive
  • acknowledge – acknowlege, aknowledge
  • acquaintance – acquaintence, aquaintance
  • acquire – aquire, adquire
  • acquit – aquit
  • acreage – acrage, acerage
  • address – adress
  • adultery – adultary
  • advisable – adviseable, advizable
  • affect – effect
  • aggression – agression, aggresion
  • allegiance – allegaince, allegience, alegiance
  • almost – allmost
  • a lot – alot (must be two words)
  • amend – ammend
  • apparent – apparant, aparent
  • arctic – artic
  • argument – arguement
  • atheist – athiest
  • average – avrage, averege
  • awful – awfull, aweful
  • basically – basicly
  • becoming – becomeing
  • beginning – begining
  • believe – beleive
  • business – bisness