Through or thru

Through or thru? How do you spell it? The right answer is that through is the correct, more formal spelling. Thru is the less preferred form. Regards, spellhow.com.

Threw or through

Threw or through? How do you spell it? The right answer is that these are two different words. Threw is the past tense of the verb throw. For example: Something threw me off. Through is an adverb and a preposition. For example: You walked through the door. Regards, spellhow.com.

Steam or steem

Steem or steam? How do you spell it? The right answer is that it is spelled steam if you refer to water being boiled and transformed to vapor. If you refer to a flame or a gleam of light it is spelled steem. Regards, spellhow.com.

Insense or incense

Insense or incense? How do you spell it? The right answer is that it is spelled incense, not insense. For example: There was a heavy smell of incense in the old temple. Regards, spellhow.com.

Meat or meet

Meat or meet? How do you spell it? The right answer is that it is spelled both ways but the words have different meaning. Meat is what you eat. Vegetarians do not eat meat. Meet is used when you come together. If you make an appointment with a friend to see each other on Friday, … [Read more…]

Akward or awkward

Akward or awkward? How do you spell it? The right answer is that it is spelled awkward, not akward. Nor is it spelled ackward. Regards, spellhow.com.

Ballon or balloon

Ballon or balloon? How do you spell it? The right answer is that it spells balloon if you mean a light rubber bag inflated with air. You could also refer to a hot air balloon. Ballon on the other hand refers to the lightness and grace of movement that exaggerates the duration of a ballet … [Read more…]

Altogether or all together

Altogether or all together? How do you spell it? The right answer is that you can spell it both ways but it does not mean the same. Altogether is an adverb that means completely or in total. All together is used as a phrase. For example, You should all come together to the party or … [Read more…]

Aisle or isle

Aisle or isle? How do you spell it? The right answer is that both spellings are correct but the two words have different meanings. An aisle is a passageway for people to walk through. An isle is an island. Regards, spellhow.com.