The Schonell spelling list is a list of 100 words that will give you an indication of your childs spelling age - somewhere between 5 and 15 years. This list restricts the test to be free-text only and the child must answer (or attempt to answer) all 100 questions.

Details for: accommodate

Phrase
Jacks house was too small to accommodate all his children.
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Misspelt versions of: accommodate

accommdate
accommodte
accommoodate
accommodatte
accommodathe
accommoddate
accommodatae
akcommodate
acommodate
acconmodate

Details for: accomplished

Phrase
Connor is an accomplished guitar player.
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Misspelt versions of: accomplished

acconplished
accomplisshed
accomphlished
acomplished
accomplishad
accomplyshed
accompleshed

Details for: accordance

Phrase
Connor was sent off the field in accordance with the game rules.
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Misspelt versions of: accordance

accrdance
akcordance
acordance
accordnce
accordancae
accordamce
accordancce
accordanca

Details for: affectionately

Phrase
Connor patted his dog affectionately.
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Misspelt versions of: affectionately

affectionateli
afectionately
affeectionately
affektionately
affecthionately
aphfectionately
affectiownately
affectionaely

Details for: allotment

Phrase
An allotment is a small area of land.
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Misspelt versions of: allotment

alotment
aallotment
allotent
allootment
alltment
ellotment

Details for: amount

Phrase
Connor got a small amount of cash for mowing the lawns.
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Misspelt versions of: amount

aamount
amont
amunt
aount
amounnt
amoount
amouunt

Details for: anniversary

Phrase
Today is my parents 30th wedding anniversary
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Misspelt versions of: anniversary

enniversary
anniverary
anniversari
aniversary
anniverssary

Details for: anxious

Phrase
Connor was anxious to get his test results back.
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Misspelt versions of: anxious

anxios
anxeous
anxiuus
anxius
aanxious
anxiows
anxioos
anxiouus
enxious

Details for: approval

Phrase
Connor gave his approval.
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Misspelt versions of: approval

aproval
approvall
apeproval
appproval
aapproval
apprroval
approvale

Details for: assist

Phrase
Connor liked to assist his father in the work shop.
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Misspelt versions of: assist

asist
assit
assisth
assisd
assest
assyst

Details for: attendance

Phrase
Connor had a perfect attendance record at school.
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Misspelt versions of: attendance

attndance
attendancee
attaendance
attendane
attemdance
attentance
attendanke
atendance

Details for: attorney

Phrase
An attorney is a type of lawyer
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Misspelt versions of: attorney

attornaey
attorrney
ettorney
atorney
atturney
attornay
athtorney
attrney
attorneyy
attawney

Details for: avoid

Phrase
You should avoid falling off your bicycle.
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Misspelt versions of: avoid

avoiid
avoit
avoyd
aoid
avoidd
avod
avuid

Details for: bell

Phrase
Connor rang the door bell.
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Misspelt versions of: bell

bll
beell
belel
bel
bbell
baell

Details for: by

Phrase
Connor lived by the sea.
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Misspelt versions of: by

Details for: can

Phrase
I can count to ten
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Misspelt versions of: can

cam
cen
cn
cann
kan

Details for: cap

Phrase
John was wearing a baseball cap.
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Misspelt versions of: cap

cp
capp
caph
ccap
caap

Details for: capacity

Phrase
A container filled to the top is filled to capacity.
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Misspelt versions of: capacity

capacyty
capcity
capacithy
capaciy
kapacity
capaciti
cpacity
cappacity

Details for: coarse

Phrase
A coarse material is a material that is rough and unfinished.
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Misspelt versions of: coarse

koarse
carse
ccoarse
coarze
coerse
cooarse
coase
cuarse
coarsse

Details for: cold

Phrase
It was wet and cold outside.
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Misspelt versions of: cold

cod
coldd
cld
coled
culd

Details for: colonel

Phrase
Colonel Sanders created Kentucky Fried Chicken.
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Misspelt versions of: colonel

collonel
colonnel
colownel
ccolonel
coloonel
colnel
clonel

Details for: concert

Phrase
Connor went to the Wiggle concert.
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Misspelt versions of: concert

concerd
cooncert
conert
cocert
cncert
concaert

Details for: courteous

Phrase
Someone who uses good manners is courteous
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Misspelt versions of: courteous

courteoux
curteous
courtaous
courtous
couurteous
courteos
courteouz
coureous
couteous
courdeous

Details for: damage

Phrase
Much damage had been done by the late storm.
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Misspelt versions of: damage

daage
tamage
damagee
damaga
demage
damagge
dammage
ddamage

Details for: dancing

Phrase
Those people were dancing and listening to music.
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Misspelt versions of: dancing

dacing
danceng
dencing
danncing
daancing
danccing
ddancing
dancyng

Details for: daughter

Phrase
I have one daughter and two sons.
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Misspelt versions of: daughter

deughter
dughter
daghter
ddaughter
daughteer
daugter
daughther
daugther
daughtar

Details for: definite

Phrase
Connor had definite plans for the weekend.
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Misspelt versions of: definite

definte
defiite
dfinite
defimite
definithe
defynite
defnite
dephinite
defiinite
ddefinite

Details for: description

Phrase
John gave his description of the robber to the policeman
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Misspelt versions of: description

descripetion
dexcription
dascription
descriptiun
descrription
descriptiown
deskription

Details for: doll

Phrase
Nicola had a Ken and Barbie doll set.
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Misspelt versions of: doll

dol
dolll
dll

Details for: domestic

Phrase
A domestic cat catches mice for fun.
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Misspelt versions of: domestic

domastic
domeztic
domstic
donestic
domestec
tomestic
domesstic

Details for: duties

Phrase
A teacher has many duties.
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Misspelt versions of: duties

dutiaes
dutyes
dutiex
duies
tuties
dutias
duthies
dties

Details for: edge

Phrase
Connor sat on the edge of the pool.
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Misspelt versions of: edge

edgge
etge
eedge
edgee
eddge
ege
ede
adge

Details for: egg

Phrase
Connor had a boiled egg for lunch.
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Misspelt versions of: egg

eggg
eg
eegg

Details for: else

Phrase
There is nothing else for it!
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Misspelt versions of: else

aelse
elsse
elxe
ese
ele
elese
elsee

Details for: entered

Phrase
Connor entered the school hall.
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Misspelt versions of: entered

enered
aentered
antered
enterad
enterd
enthered
enteredd
eentered
enteed
enteret

Details for: exceptionally

Phrase
David was exceptionally talented.
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Misspelt versions of: exceptionally

exkeptionally
excepteonally
axceptionally
exceptionaly
esceptionally
exceptionallyy
exceptionlly
exceptionalli
exceptyonally

Details for: exhibition

Phrase
An exhibition is a big show.
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Misspelt versions of: exhibition

exhibithion
exhibiion
exhibtion
exhybition
exhbition
exhibitiom
exhibitiown
exhibitin

Details for: financial

Phrase
Financial matters are those matters relating to money.
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Misspelt versions of: financial

fenancial
fiinancial
finncial
fnancial
financal
financiial
financcial
finacial
financiaal
finanncial

Details for: fitted

Phrase
Connors shoes fitted his feet well.
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Misspelt versions of: fitted

fittted
fited
fittd
ffitted
fittet
ftted
phitted
fitteed

Details for: flower

Phrase
A rose is a red flower.
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Misspelt versions of: flower

flouer
fower
flowr
flowwer
flwer
floower
phlower
flowar

Details for: folk

Phrase
He likes to hear folk talk about him.
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Misspelt versions of: folk

fok
fulk
flk
foolk
folek
folkh
follk
folc

Details for: four

Phrase
one, two, three, four, five
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Misspelt versions of: four

ffour
for
foour
fuor
fowr
fur
phour
fuur

Details for: freeze

Phrase
The pond would freeze in winter.
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Misspelt versions of: freeze

fraeeze
freze
feeze
fraeze
freaze
frreeze

Details for: fun

Phrase
Playing games is fun.
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Misspelt versions of: fun

fn
fon
phun
funn
fuun
ffun

Details for: genuine

Phrase
Connor had a genuine interest in maths.
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Misspelt versions of: genuine

genuie
genoine
gemuine
genuene
ganuine
gennuine
ggenuine

Details for: ground

Phrase
Connor left his toys lying on the ground
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Misspelt versions of: ground

grround
grount
gruond
groond
grond
groound

Details for: guarantee

Phrase
Things you buy sometimes come with a guarantee
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Misspelt versions of: guarantee

guarrantee
guarante
guerantee
guaranee
guarantae
guaratee
guaantee
guaranteee

Details for: guess

Phrase
"Why, I guess so," Dorothy answered.
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Misspelt versions of: guess

gues
guuess
guexs
gueess
guss
gguess

Details for: had

Phrase
We had fish for dinner.
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Misspelt versions of: had

hd
hadd
hhad
hed
haad

Details for: hit

Phrase
Connor hit his little brother.
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Misspelt versions of: hit

hith
hhit
ht
het
hid

Details for: hoped

Phrase
Cormac hoped to be in the glee club.
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Misspelt versions of: hoped

hopeed
hopedd
hophed
hopped
hopd
hopet
hoed
hopaed

Details for: how

Phrase
How are you feeling today?
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Misspelt versions of: how

hoow
hw
hhow
hou
howh
huw

Details for: ill

Phrase
Connor was too ill to go to school.
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Misspelt versions of: ill

il
iill
illl

Details for: instance

Phrase
Here, for instance, is a disagreeable little tree.
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Misspelt versions of: instance

instanca
intance
instanke
insdance
iinstance
instancee
inxtance
istance

Details for: interfere

Phrase
Private misfortunes must never be allowed to interfere with business.
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Misspelt versions of: interfere

interphere
intrfere
iterfere
ynterfere
intarfere
enterfere
intaerfere
imterfere
inteerfere

Details for: land

Phrase
The park was on a huge piece of public land.
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Misspelt versions of: land

lnd
lannd
landd
laand
lland
lend

Details for: let

Phrase
Connor let his brother play with his toys.
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Misspelt versions of: let

led
lete
lt
lat
laet

Details for: lid

Phrase
Close the biscuit tin lid or the biscuits will go stale.
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Misspelt versions of: lid

lyd
ld
liid
lit
led
lidd
leid

Details for: liquid

Phrase
Water is ice in liquid form.
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Misspelt versions of: liquid

lequid
liqoid
liquit
lyquid
liqud
liqquid
liuid
liqid

Details for: loud

Phrase
The music was very loud
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Misspelt versions of: loud

lloud
louud
lod
lout
leoud
loudd

Details for: lowest

Phrase
Connor had the lowest test scores in the entire class.
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Misspelt versions of: lowest

lowst
lowesth
lowesst
loweste
loest
lowaest
lowet
luwest
lowezt

Details for: may

Phrase
You may as well eat the last chocolate biscuit.
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Misspelt versions of: may

my
maay
mmay
nay
mey

Details for: mechanical

Phrase
The first computers were mechanical instead of electronic.
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Misspelt versions of: mechanical

mechannical
machanical
maechanical
mechanecal
mehanical
mechanicl
mmechanical
mechancal

Details for: method

Phrase
You have insulted me in every possible method.
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Misspelt versions of: method

methhod
metehod
meethod
metod
medhod

Details for: net

Phrase
Cormac liked to catch butterflys with his butterfly net.
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Misspelt versions of: net

nt
nete
neet
nett
met

Details for: noise

Phrase
There was a lot of noise coming from the party.
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Misspelt versions of: noise

noize
noisae
moise
nuise
nise
nooise
nose
noese

Details for: paraffin

Phrase
Paraffin wax used to be used for lamps
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Misspelt versions of: paraffin

paraffim
parafin
paraffen
peraffin
parraffin
parffin

Details for: pinnacle

Phrase
The top of a mountain is a pinnacle.
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Misspelt versions of: pinnacle

phinnacle
pinnaacle
pinnaclae
pinacle
pimnacle
pinnace
pynnacle
pinnacl

Details for: preliminary

Phrase
Preliminary means before another event.
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Misspelt versions of: preliminary

prelimiary
prreliminary
preliminery
preliminari
praeliminary
praliminary
prelyminary
preliminaary

Details for: prologue

Phrase
A prologue can sometimes be found at the start of a book.
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Misspelt versions of: prologue

prrologue
prologuae
prolgue
proleogue
proloue
prlogue
prollogue
prologoe

Details for: rag

Phrase
Connor cleaned his shoes with an old rag.
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Misspelt versions of: rag

rg
raag
ragg

Details for: readily

Phrase
Connor readily agreed to meet his friends after school.
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Misspelt versions of: readily

readiley
raeadily
radily
rreadily
readilyy
reaily
reedily
redily
readyly

Details for: recent

Phrase
Connor only likes to watch recent movies.
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Misspelt versions of: recent

recennt
racent
recente
rrecent
reent
rcent

Details for: referring

Phrase
"How is Max?" asked Connor, referring to Cormac's dog.
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Misspelt versions of: referring

referrig
refering
referrring
referrinng
referrimg
refrring
raferring

Details for: remain

Phrase
Connor had to remain behind after class
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Misspelt versions of: remain

remaain
ramain
remaim
raemain
reman
remainn
remaen
remein
renain

Details for: remittance

Phrase
A remittance is transfer of money.
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Misspelt versions of: remittance

remithtance
remitetance
remittane
renittance
reemittance
remitance
remittanke

Details for: resource

Phrase
"You have exhausted every resource?"
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Misspelt versions of: resource

resourrce
resouce
rasource
rezource
rresource
resoorce
rexource
resouurce

Details for: sat

Phrase
The dog sat on the mat.
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Misspelt versions of: sat

satt
sate
sath
st
zat

Details for: search

Phrase
Connor went in search of his school bag
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Misspelt versions of: search

seerch
searrch
sarch
seaarch
serch
xearch

Details for: seem

Phrase
You seem happy today.
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Misspelt versions of: seem

sem
zeem
seam
sseem
saem
saeem

Details for: signature

Phrase
Conner signed his signature on the contract.
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Misspelt versions of: signature

sigmature
signatture
siignature
zignature
xignature
signatre
signaturee
segnature
signadure
signaturre

Details for: son

Phrase
David had a son and two daughters.
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Misspelt versions of: son

sson
som
sown
sn
soon
sun

Details for: spare

Phrase
Connor had a spare tyre for his bike.
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Misspelt versions of: spare

sspare
spae
sare
spere
spara
sparee
sppare

Details for: successful

Phrase
David was a successful musician.
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Misspelt versions of: successful

xuccessful
sccessful
sukcessful
succesful
suuccessful
successsful
successfule

Details for: surplus

Phrase
A surplus is where there is too much of something.
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Misspelt versions of: surplus

surpelus
surphlus
suurplus
sorplus
srplus
surpllus
surpls
ssurplus
surpus

Details for: talk

Phrase
Connor likes to talk to his friends on the telephone.
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Misspelt versions of: talk

talkh
thalk
tlk
dalk
ttalk
talkk
taalk
talek

Details for: then

Phrase
Connor climbed the ladder and then jumped into the pool.
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Misspelt versions of: then

tthen
thenn
thn
hten
ten
theen

Details for: through

Phrase
Connor took a short cut through the school fields.
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Misspelt versions of: through

trough
throogh
though
throuugh
htrough
throgh
thhrough

Details for: toboggan

Phrase
When it snows, Connor likes to ride his toboggan down the hill.
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Misspelt versions of: toboggan

toboggen
ttoboggan
tobogan
tobooggan
toboggam
tobboggan

Details for: top

Phrase
Cormac came top of his class in maths.
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Misspelt versions of: top

topp
tp
dop
toop
ttop

Details for: topic

Phrase
The weather is a common topic of conversation.
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Misspelt versions of: topic

topik
dopic
tpic
topec
topicc
tophic
toic
thopic

Details for: tree

Phrase
The tree was easy to climb.
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Misspelt versions of: tree

tre
three
teree
dree
trae

Details for: type

Phrase
Connor can type 50 words per minute.
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Misspelt versions of: type

ttype
tyype
typpe
teype
thype
typee
tye

Details for: various

Phrase
There are various types of dogs.
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Misspelt versions of: various

variows
variouus
varioux
varyous
verious
vareous
varous

Details for: welfare

Phrase
I am only interested in your welfare.
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Misspelt versions of: welfare

whelfare
welfaare
waelfare
welphare
welare
wwelfare
welefare
walfare
welfae

Details for: worry

Phrase
Don't worry, be happy!
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Misspelt versions of: worry

wory
woorry
wrry
wawry

Details for: write

Phrase
Connor had to write his grandparents a letter.
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Misspelt versions of: write

writte
whrite
wrrite
wite
wrie
wrte
wrete

Details for: yes

Phrase
The opposite of 'No' is 'Yes'
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Misspelt versions of: yes

yex
yas
yees
ys
yez
yyes

Details for: your

Phrase
Don't forget to take your books to school.
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Misspelt versions of: your

yor
yoor
yowr
iour
yoour
yourr
yuur