Capital or capitol

Capital or capitol? How do you spell it? The right answer is that it’s spelled capital, if we talk about uppercase letters, money, or the city in country where the government resides. A capitol is a building in which a legislature meets.

Web site or website

Web site or website? How do you spell it? The right answer is that website is the preferred spelling nowadays, although the spelling web site upon recently was still being used as often as website. Regards, spellhow.com

Mobile-first index or mobile-first indexing

Mobile-first index or mobile-first indexing? How do you spell it? The right answer is that it’s spelled mobile-first indexing. It’s not spelled mobile-first index. There is no thing called the mobile-first index. Mobile-first indexing means Google predominantly uses the mobile version of the content on a website for indexing and ranking.  Regards, spellhow.com

Artic or arctic

Artic or arctic? How do you spell it? The right answer is that it’s spelled arctic, not artic. Example: the Arctic sea ice is melting. Regards, spellhow.com

Defense or defence

Defense or defence? How do you spell it? The right answer is that it is spelled defense in American English. It is spelled defence in all other main varieties of English, including Australian, British and Canadian English. Regards, spellhow.com.

Of course or off course

Of course or off course? How do you spell it? The right answer is that when we talk about giving permission to someone or saying ‘yes’ to someone, it’s spelled of course. Of course could also be used to suggest that something is normal or well-known. For example: Of course there are a lot of … [Read more…]

Hights or heights

Hights or heights? How do you spell it? The right answer is that it is spelled heights. It is not spelled hights. Regards, spellhow.com.

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.