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 ...
going to different places instead of staying in one place. : relating to the activity of
traveling. : designed to be used by someone who is traveling. Source: ...
People are often confused with 'travelled/traveled', 'benefitted/benefited', '
focussed/focused' ... Some words change their spelling to cope (they add a letter '
British and American spelling - Language reference content from Oxford. Help
with ... travelling, traveling. traveller ... 1) Which of the following is correct? I think
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.
Search tips. [Less common, less "correct" or archaic variations are marked like
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, ...
Travelling. Traveling vs. Travelling. There are many instances where words that
... As with many cases in English, one spelling is no more correct than the other.