Common Spelling Mistakes in TOEFL iBT Essays
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Improve your TOEFL iBT writing score by avoiding common spelling mistakes.
Ugh. There's no doubt about it--spelling in English is hard work. The good news, however, is that you don't have to worry too much about it: everybody makes spelling mistakes in English sometimes! Even native speakers of English have problems with spelling.
Theoretically, your TOEFL essay should be perfect, free of any misspellings. The reality is that everbody sometimes makes a mistake, even the native speaker. Moreover, when you are preparing for the TOEFL iBT, it's better to spend your time improving your reading, writing, speaking, and grammar.
That said, there are still a few words that you should never misspell on your TOEFL essay. If any of these words are spelled incorrectly, it will signal to the assessor that you don't know English very well. Here are a few of them:
Believe me, many students make mistakes with this word. Do not write 'belive' or 'beleive'. Always write 'believe'.
Do not write 'ther'. Also, do not get this word confused with the word 'there'. This is a very common mistake.
You won't look very 'intelligent' if you write 'inteligent'. Always remember two 'ls': 'intelligent'.
Really intelligent students will remember that, like the word intelligent, the word really has a double 'l'. Never write 'realy'.
Always remind yourself that you should never write 'your-self'. Good English is myself, yourself, himself, etc.
Never forget about the money in your bank account. Never forget to spell account with a double 'c'. Never write 'acount'.
Wherever you are, never write 'whereever'.
Everybody should know that we never write 'evry'--we always write 'every'.
Never write that you are good at 'speling'. A good speller always writes 'spelling'.
It's difficult to learn new things. Sometimes the learning process takes twice as long as we expect. We should also remember not to write 'proces'. The correct spelling has twice as many 's's': 'process'.
All responsible students remember never to write 'responsable'. Be responsible and always write 'responsible' with an 'i'.
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