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Check Out a Spell Checker

If learning to spell was not your strong suit in school, it is tempting to use popular custom writing services such as thepensters.com or CustomWritings. Or check your spelling of English words by reading about English spelling challenges. But the Internet technology can take care of this in another way. Whether constructing a newsletter for your students as a teacher, writing a research paper or custom essay, developing an advert in an advertising position or typing a memo while employed as a business professional, spell check is a commonly used tool to prevent misspellings, catch typing errors and allow a written piece to appear professional and scholarly.

An online spell checker and grammar checker requires the user to copy and paste an authored work from any word-processing program into an Internet text field or box. After pressing the spell check button, the results are either displayed on a new page or in a pop-up window. The program offers advice and options to alter the misspelled word, inserting it into the text.

Avoid writer's regret and looking like you need a refresher course in learning to spell by using an online spell checker. Not only are the programs easy to use but save valuable time.

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Word of the day

“ermine”

An animal much like the weasel, and valued for its snowy white fur; the fur of the crmine, usually studded with black tufts such as tip its tail; the dignity of a judge, whose state robes were adorned with ermine in emblem of purity of administration; a white field with black spots, representing justice symbolically.

An animal of the weasel kind, of a white colour, the fur of which, as being used for the robes of judges, is often employed to denote the office or dignity of a judge; an emblem of purity and of honour without stain.