Apparently “colour” is a unequivocally tough word for Ontarians to spell.
Google Trends has expelled a map display that difference Canadians onslaught with a many when it comes to spelling. The commentary were gathered by looking during a difference many ordinarily followed by a hunt word “how to spell”.
In Yukon, a spelling of “alter” is tough to dedicate to. Meanwhile residents of Alberta ambitiously try to figure out “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” from 1964 Disney low-pitched Mary Poppins.
ICYMI – here’s a map of a many misspelled difference in America #spellingbee
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— GoogleTrends (@GoogleTrends) May 30, 2017
They’re not alone, Google Trends expelled a map a week before for a tip misspelled difference in a United States and “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” warranted a tip mark in dual states. Pneumonia was another word that a lot of people second guessing. It was a many looked adult spelling in BC as good as in 4 opposite states in a U.S.