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    One word or two?

    How do you know if a word is spelled as one word or two words like: green sheet, greensheet; everything, every thing?

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    Re: One word or two?

    English spelling can be difficult, so when you're not sure, it's better to consult a dictionary.

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    Re: One word or two?

    Like the person said above, try a dictionary, but for everything, do not space every and thing they go together as one word "Everything" greensheet, im not sure about. so consult a dictionary about that one

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