The correct answer to this question is one because there is one spelling error in this sentence. The word that is spelled incorrectly is the word too. The correct word that should be used is to. Too, two, and to all sound alike but are all used differently. Too can mean an excess of something (too much).
Two is a number between one and three. Lastly, it is used to express motion for a noun, like going to the mall. Other than that, every other word in the sentence is spelled correctly. This type of question would be likely to ask a student on a test for the English subject.
There are two spelling errors "applicent" and "latter"??!!
Remembering information can be difficult. But when you give that information more meaning, it becomes easier to memorize. Mnemonic devices turn information into a picture, a sentence, a rhyme or anything else that’s easier to remember.Sometimes the best way to learn is to know the rules. Start by learning a few. Then, as you learn new words, you can add more and more rules.
Before you know it, you’ll be able to spell most words! Some words are so tough to spell that even native speakers get them wrong a lot. You can find some commonly misspelled English words in this post or in this list on YourDictionary. Maybe you already know how to spell most commonly misspelled words (great for you!). Or maybe you just don’t use the word “vacuum” too often when you’re writing. Many English words have Greek and Roman roots. This means they have Greek or Latin words in them. Knowing common roots can help you spell (and understand) more words. Sometimes words are difficult to spell just because they are long. In these cases, you can use the chunking method.
Chunking is when you separate the word into “chunks,” or shorter parts. This way, you’re not memorizing the spelling for one long word, but just a few short ones! This is a spelling trick that is often taught to little kids, because it’s so simple. If you’re not sure how to spell a word, say it out loud, very slowly. Then write down what you hear. You can use drawing as another mnemonic device. Have you ever noticed that the word “bed” actually looks like a bed? Using pictures is a great way to remember spellings. Playing word games is a fun way to test your new spelling skills. It’s also a good way to learn new words.