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  1. #1
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  2. #2
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    *grammar...
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    I would just like to say, Kate here is a very talented writer. I have seen some of her work and she has also done some writing for me.

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    Originally posted by nicksite
    *grammar...
    It can be spelt both ways, depending on where you live

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    Where is it spelled grammer? I'm in Canada.

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    im in Australia and ive allways spelt it grammer.

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    Grammar is the correct spelling, not 'grammer.' Some people may have Grammer as a last name, but, well, that's a name, not the word. If you don't believe me, check m-w.com or dictionary.com...

    Even if there's an argument there, I think the correct spelling of 'available' is with only one 'a.'

    I'm sure now that I've said this, all my posts with errors will come back to haunt me, and will become the laughing stock of WHT. "And reeces calls himself professional! ahahaha. He spelled his own name wrong! Five times in a row! ahahaha" Poor me.

    Reece. With a 'c,' I think.
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  8. #8
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    but those sites are US. so who knows if you look on google for grammer it tries to correct it to grammar but if you look down all the sites that have it spelt like that and have it spelt like that in there domian name it just could be possible that its another way to spell it, just like we spell Colour in Australia and US spell it color.

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