ABE English Tutorials/simple sentences/Spelling Part 1

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Spelling part one

Tutorial.png Simple Sentences 

Intro to writing skills | Intro to a sentence | Helping verbs | Adding modifiers | Kinds of sentences | Writing simple sentences | Finding objects and phrases | Here and There | Spelling: Part 1 | Spelling List 1 | Writing with objects and phrases | Verbs that change with Number | Verbs that change with Time | Irregular Verbs | Verb Participles | Writing with verb tenses | Compound Subjects | Subject-Verb Agreeement | Understanding sentence lists | Sentence Fragments | Writing sentence lists | Review for Unit 1 |


You can probably think of somebody who is a very good speller. Often these people have "photographic" memories -- they just naturally remember the details in what they see. Other people have to work very hard to remember even the simplest of words. What kind of speller are you?

Most of us could use a little improvement in our spelling. Good spelling is not hard to achieve -- it just takes concentration and practice. With practice, you can improve your ability to notice common spelling mistakes, both in your own and in someone else's writing.

In GED Online, we'll introduce a new spelling list at regular intervals. We'll also explain some of the little spelling "tricks" that will help to make the spelling rules easier to remember.

If you know that your spelling needs some work,click here for the first spelling list.