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5 Words Within Words
Sometimes, seeing another word inside a difficult word can make its spelling easier. For example:
Is it Advice or Advise?
Advice the noun has the noun ICE in it, so it's ADVICE, and so ADVISE must be the verb.
Amateur can be difficult to spell, unless you think of telling your mate how to do it:
A MATE U R
Is it Aparent or Apparent?
Apparently there is an APP for that, so it must be APP ARENT.
What about Bicycle? Is it Bicicle?
No, when it's ICY, don't ride your B ICY CLE.