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What is the British spelling for the word advertisement

por Amy Carnarvon (2020-01-15)


'Advertisement' is the correct English spelling.

\uc5fc\uc0c9 \uc5b4\ud50cWhat is the British spelling of the word blazing?
The word is spelt as you have in the question. As it happens, there is no difference between the American spelling and British spelling of the words.

What is the British spelling of the word skillful?
The British spelling of skillful is skillful in a British accent

What is the British spelling of the word marvelous?
The British English spelling of marvelous (astonishing; wonderful) is marvellous.

What is the American word for the British word advertisement?
The British and Americans use the same word. There is no difference. Sometimes the Americans will shorten the word and call it an Ad. No other difference.

What is the British spelling for the word fulfill?
The English spelling of fulfill is fulfil

How do you spell summarise?
The spelling "summarise" is the correct British spelling of the word. The US spelling is summarize.

Is the spelling of the word 'recognize' American English?
American spelling is 'recognized'. British spelling is 'recognised'.

How do you convert English to conservative british spelling?
You can use a program like myWriterTools to automatically change British spelling and word usage to American spelling and usage, or vice-versa.

What is the british English word for chek?
chek is not a word. If you mean Check (a form of payment), the British spelling is Cheque.

Which word means a hundredth part of a meter?
centimetre (British spelling), centimeter (U.S. spelling)

When was British Airways face advertisement created?
British Airways face advertisement was created in 1989.

When do you use specialize with an s in a sentence?
The word "specialise" is the British English spelling of "specialize" (US spelling).

What is the correct pronunciation of advertisement?
Well-spoken Americans say ADvertisement; the British use adVERtisement; avoid saying adverTISEment

How do you spell que in line up?
The British spelling is "queue" for the word meaning a line of people. The American spelling for the word with the same meaning is "cue".

How do you spell the word fueled?
Fueled (with one L) is the American spelling. Fuelled (with two L's) is the British spelling.

What part of speech is the word odor?
The word odor is a noun. The British English spelling is odour.

How do the british spell the word amazing?
'Amazing' is the correct spelling in Britain.

What word do these letters spell frouer?
furore, the British spelling of furor.

How do you spell minging?
Minging is the correct spelling for the British slang word.

What is the British spelling for the word revitalization?
Spelt with an 's' not a 'z' as in revitalisation

British word for spoiled?
It's the same word. While sometimes American and British English have different slang, in this case, you may actually be referring to British spelling. The word "spoiled" is often spelled "spoilt" in traditional British orthography. Similarly, an American English word like "learned" would be spelled "learnt." But the words still have the same meaning-- only the spelling is different.

What is the British word for spoiled?
It's the same word. While sometimes American and British English have different slang, in this case, you may actually be referring to British spelling. The word "spoiled" is often spelled "spoilt" in traditional British orthography. Similarly, an American English word like "learned" would be spelled "learnt." But the words still have the same meaning-- only the spelling is different.

What is the abbreviation for the word advertisement?
The abbriviation for the word advertisement is advti.

Can you unscramble these letters into a word ibunotnriaaz?
The unscrambled word is urbanization. (British/Australian/etc spelling: urbanisation)

What is the British spelling for the word tire?
A car has tyres. Maybe you tire of doing homework. That's the spelling everywhere except in the US.

How do you spell curvey?
The spelling curvey (rounded, twisty, or curving) is primarily a British variant. The US spelling of the word is usually curvy.

What part of speech is generalize?
The word generalize is a verb. It is the US English spelling of the verb whilst the British English spelling is generalise.

Why can you find the word shovelling spelled shoveling too -- is one a mispelling?
The first is the British spelling; the second is the American spelling.

What is a shortened word for advertisement?
An abbreviated (or shortened) word for advertisement is 'ad'.

How do you spell advertisment?
The correct spelling is advertisement (ad, promotion).

What is the German word for advertisement?
Advertisement = Werbung

What is the difference between recognise and recognize?
Recognise is a British spelling, 카지노사이트추천 and recognize is an American spelling. Other than that, it's really the same word.

How do you spell the word jewerley?
In British English, Australian English and so on, the correct spelling is jewellery. In American English, the preferred spelling is jewelry.

How do you spell the word encyclopoedia?
Encyclopaedia is the British English, Australian English and so on spelling, translated directly from Ancient Greek, where the word originates from. Encylopedia is the spelling used in American English.

Is the correct spelling totaling or totalling?
In British English, the word is spelled totalling. In American English, the word is spelled totaling.

Is the word honor singular or plural?
The word honor (British spelling honour) is singular. The plural form is honors (honours).

How do you spell Enrolment?
enrollment there are two common spellings of the word, but the spelling is location dependant enrolment is the common British spelling, and is carried over in Commonwealth countries, enrollment is the American spelling

Can you unscramble the word tcsrepe?
Five words can be unscrambled from those letters: Respect Scepter (ceremonial emblem or staff [American spelling]) Sceptre (ceremonial emblem or staff [British/Australian/Canadian spelling]) Specter (Ghostly figure [American spelling]) Spectre (Ghostly figure [British/Australian/Canadian spelling[

Is y a vowel in the word gray?
It's part of a dipthong, the same as in British spelling grey.

How do you spell flavoursome?
The word is spelled in English flavorsome. British may use the "u" spelling.

What is the correct spelling of gruelling?
The word is spelt gruelling in British English and grueling in American English.

How do you spell labeller?
That is an alternate (mainly British) spelling of the word labeller, but usually labeler in the US.

How do you spell the word coler?
The correct spelling is color (US English) or colour (British English)

How do you spell the word favorite?
The correct spelling is "favourite" in British English and "favorite" in US English.

What is the correct pronunciation of the word advertisement?
It depends on where you live. Americans say it like adverrTIZEmehnt while British people say adVEHRRtissmehnt. Its all different.

Is the word 'Advertisement' a noun?
The word advertisement is a noun, a singular common noun; a word for an announcement in a public medium promoting a product, service, or event or publicizing a job vacancy; a word for a thing.

What is a sentence containing the word advertisement?
Is that a new song or is that an advertisement?

What is the correct spelling advertise or advertize?
Either spelling is correct. The spelling "advertise" is the British spelling whereas the spelling "advertize" is the American spelling of the word. The same is true for words like organise/organize, recognise/recognize, or realise/realize. The former in these cases is British, the latter American. Some confusion may occur as often a spell check system will accept only one of these and is not always consistent as to which it preferences.

Anaesthesist is this correct spelling?
No - the word is spelt anaesthetist in British and Commonwealth English and anesthetist in American English.

Correct spelling of centreboard?
The word is spelt centreboard in British and Commonwealth English, and centerboard in American English.

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