Which variant is the correct one: yogurt or yoghurt?
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'Yogurt' is the American/Canadian spelling and 'Yoghurt' is the UK spelling. If you are running a spell check in a word document, it will depend on what spell settings you are using on your PC. UK or USA. I also do content writing and when I write international articles, the company will tell me which spell settings are required.
Hi, "yogurt" is used most commonly in American spelling whereas "yoghurt" with an "h" is used in British spelling. The pronunciation is the same.
Hello there. "Yogurt" is the most common spelling. Yogurt is a noun that refers to a dairy food product that is usually eaten with breakfast or even a snack. "Yoghurt" is much more common in British English than in American English.
It depends on where you from but here in South Africa we say yoghurt.
This depends on you Where you are from.
This depends on where you are from. In the US it is yogurt. However my husband from Scotland would say yoghurt. This is also true in any of the UK.
For Curdled-milk-based, custardlike food with a tart flavor, yoghurt is the preferred spelling in the main varieties of English from North side of America. Yogurt is preferred in American and Canadian English. They are variant spellings of the same word, and neither has any meanings all its own.
Yogurt is the spelling used mainly in the US & Canada. The spelling "yoghurt is mostly used in the UK and some parts of Europe
They are all correct.
Yogurt is the correct American spelling. Yoghurt is the spelling in the U.K.