Spelled is considered the correct past tense for the word to spell in America and Canada, although spelt is sometimes also used. Irregular verb forms such as spelt, dreamt, and burnt are used colloquially in the US but generally should be avoided in formal writing.
Usually, you do not need to put a comma before “as well as.”
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Most people are familiar with the definition of foolproof, but what about the full-proof?
Nerve-wracking and nerve-racking are two very similar-looking words. But are there any differences between them both?
There are several principles to keep in mind when using a comma before while.