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handwriter

handwriter

Norway

February 17, 2014

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07:06 AM Feb 17 2014

handwriter

handwriter
Norway

My best advice is to have a “good” dictionary by your side when writing—even some of the best Spell Checkers will not be of service for many of these troublesome words. 

07:03 AM Feb 17 2014

handwriter

handwriter
Norway

Note:

Most commonly (actually, I have found rare occasions with commonality in English grammar) the closes I can come to being general with English spelling is that the verb will be in verb phrase form when using two words instead of a compound or one worded word.

Examples: work out   fall out   get out   run out   sell out   etc.