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Hallway Spelling Bee

Spelling on paper is much easier than out loud...

Spelling on paper is much easier than out loud...

Cammie Kuwana

Spelling on paper is much easier than out loud...

Cammie Kuwana

Cammie Kuwana

Spelling on paper is much easier than out loud...

Eliza Howard, Anna Trainum, Lizzie Koumans, Sentry Staff Reporter

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Neccessary, definitly, rythmn. At first glance, these words, and others, may seem like they are spelled correctly; however, students and teachers throughout the school often find themselves struggling to put the right letters together. Spell check has become a necessity when attempting to type these common, yet difficult words. We decided to put this school to the test and see the possible misspellings of some everyday words.

Necessary:

“Necessary” – junior Grant Wilson

“Necessary” – freshman Uyanga Batsaikhan

“Nessecary” – sophomore Henry Rehr

“Nescery” – junior Will McLennan

Maintenance:

“Maintance” – junior Joseph Gallagher

“Maintience” – freshman Hannah Lowe

“Maintence” – sophomore Henry Rehr

“Maintenence” – sophomore Vahan Nadjarian

Restaurant:

“Restuarnt”- junior Grant Wilson

“Restaraunt”- history teacher Traci Selden

“Resturant”- freshman Grace Jansen

“Restaraunt”- senior Liz Shean

Rhythm:

“Rythm” – junior Charlie Connelly

“Rhyme” – freshman Hannah Lowe

“Rythm”  – sophomore Henry Rehr

“Rythum”- senior Liz Shean

Definitely:

“Definetly” – junior Joseph Gallagher

“Definatly” – junior Grant Wilson

“Definetly” – senior Liz Shean

“Deffintly”- junior Will Mclennan

Absence:

“Abscence” – history teacher Beau Obetts

“Abcense” – sophomore Henry Rehr

“Absense” – senior Liz Shean

“Abcence”- senior Clarence Wright

Krulfeld:

“Kruufeld” – junior Grant Wilson

“Creufield” – history teacher Traci Selden

“Crewpheld” – junior Charlie Connally

“Croughfeld” – sophomore Henry Rehr

Handkerchief:

“Hankerchief” – Spanish teacher Evan Glacier

“Hankrchin”- junior Chloe Westhoff

“Handkerchief” – counselor Jeff Stahl

“Hacherif” – junior Piper Doyle

 

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