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    Default Re: Thank You For the help

    The example I cited about necessary is to help people learn that the word has one cee and two esses.

    You can post things here and get help that way. Did you try the links Red posted?

    Considering that you didn't use the spellchecker, you didn't do too badly.

    (Say: advisor)
    i tryed to use the red post's there is some good information. but most of the links(stuff) you have to pay for i think.
    what is an esses ?
    what is an cee ?
    words have one [i]cee and one esses[/i} ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NissanGTR
    what is an esses ?
    what is an cee ?
    words have one [i]cee and one esses[/i} ?
    necessary... has 1 letter C (cee) and two Ss (esses)
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    try, tried, tries, trying

    :)

    Some more letters: bee, cee, dee, ef, gee, aitch, jay, kay, el, em, en, pee, ar, es, tee, vee, ex, wye, zee

    :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    An example of that is that it is necessary to have one cap and two socks.
    :)
    We were taught 'one collar and two socks'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    An example of that is that it is necessary to have one cap and two socks.
    :)
    We were taught 'one collar and two socks'.
    I remembered that inaccurately. On the other hand, cap should work as well as collar, don't you think?

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