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How do you spell apologize

I forgot how to spell the word I was asking or who answer my question that I keep forgetting how to spell the word apologise?

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Apologize. You spelled it right when you asked it In your question(;

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It is correct in your question...apologize. {^_^}

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Trucker, how goes it
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No complaints (getting a bit stir crazy out of a truck for so long). Plugging along at therapy...getting better every day...I hope! How have you been?
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- apologize

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You spelled apologize right in your question?

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Apologize

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You spelled it correct

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Actually it's a very good question. Apologise is area-sensitive. IIn the US you spell it with a Zee, in Oz we usually spell it with an S, but Zed is recognised as correct. In the UK, if you went to Oxbridge, you'd probably use a Zed, but the hoi-polloi would use an S.

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waldorff
Dozy, I hate to disagree with someone who knows the last line in Camelot, but if I spelled 'apologise' with a 'Z' in my letters/emails to England, I'd be branded as having 'gone native', and there's no worse epithet for an Englishman...
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Well, humph, all right then. I thought it was only the educated classes who affected a Z. (I remember one time Inspector Morse commented on a misspelt word in one of his crossword puzzles when the word required an S.)

I stand corrected.

But in Oz it's still S.

Viva la revolucion !!
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waldorff
An Inspector Morse fan? Me too!

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There was a memorable line from one of the books, when Lewis invited Morse home for dinner. Mrs Lewis said, "We'll have to eat out in the kitchen Inspector, all right?"

Morse noted that it was a perfect anapaest.
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Anapaest? Dozy, my man, you've GOT me. I don't have a clue - lets just go chat with mr Google.

Oh - got it... Well, I don't really 'do' poetry... New word - thank you.
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You nailed it: Apologize.

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