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So you think you can spell?

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Is it still important to be able to spell in this age of the computer spellchecker? Yes, it is. Not everything you write will be on the computer, and if you are reading a hard copy of a document then you are on your own.
 
So welcome So You Think You Can Spell? the fun way to check your spelling skills, to improve them as you go, and to widen your vocabulary in the process. What you get are more than 200 spelling quizzes based on over 1,500 commonly confused words in a series of tests ranging from three to fifty questions. The tests are related to spelling and also to pronunciation and the use of phrasal verbs. Each test is in multi-choice format, so all you have to do is to circle the correct spelling (or what you think is the correct spelling!) then add up your score by checking the answers in the back of the book.

 

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