This ngram graphs the use of traveled and travelled in a large number of
American texts ... I traveled back in time from the year 2020 to correct you: ... But
spell already has two Ls where travel and cancel (the article indicates that the
Jun 16, 2009 ... Which one of the two is correct? "Yes, I am willing to do some traveling/travelling."
??? Thanks. ... travelling British spelling. You could use ...
Define traveling: going to different places instead of staying in one place—
traveling ... relating to the activity of traveling ... The youngest Spelling Bee
People are often confused with 'travelled/traveled', 'benefitted/benefited', '
focussed/focused' ... Some words change their spelling to cope (they add a letter '
Travelled definition, traveled. ... well-travelled, adjective .... The word travel has
come to exemplify a common spelling quandary: to double or not to double the
final .... Learn the correct uses of these two commonly confused homophones.
British and American spelling - Language reference content from Oxford. Help
with ... travelling, traveling. traveller ... 1) Which of the following is correct? I think
Honorary is the correct spelling everywhere; even Canadians are advised to omit
the u in honorary and ... Travelling is the preferred spelling in Canada.
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this(var)] ... travelled/travelling, travelled/travelling, traveled/traveling. traveller ...
May 26, 2009 ... other Commonwealth countries, the correct spelling is with a double “L”, not the
single. .... traveled/travelled – one L's enough; 2 is good too :).
May 22, 2008 ... As it turns out, both are proper. Traveler is used in the USA and Traveller in the
UK. So it does not matter what you are, a traveler or a traveller, ...