Error Message Goes Here
Success Message Goes Here
 
Forgot Password
 

 
  I agree to the Terms & Conditions

By accessing the web site – www.genlish.com, you agree to the following Terms & Conditions:

Proper care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information on the web site, INFORMATION ON THE SITE IS PROVIDED WITHOUT ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY & IN NO EVENT SHALL WEB MASTER BE LIABLE IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF THE INFORMATION MADE AVAILABLE, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY STATED OTHERWISE. Webmaster does not warrant that the web sites or the servers which make GENLISH.COM available would be free from viruses or any other harmful elements.

Webmaster reserves the right to make changes and/or updates with respect to the information contained on the web site at any time without notice.

The GENLISH.COM may provide links to other web sites, which are not under the control of webmaster. Webmaster shall not be responsible in any way for the content of such other web sites.

Webmaster provides such links only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link to any such web sites does not imply endorsement by webmaster of the content of such sites.

The information provided on the GENLISH.COM may only be used, copied or distributed in unmodified form for informational purposes and provided the copyright symbol and notice as set out at the bottom of the page concerned are maintained.

The web sites provide access to GENLISH.COM and, therefore, may contain references or cross references to specific products and services, which are not available. Any such reference does not imply that subscribers of GENLISH.COM intend to sell such products or services.

These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Government of India.

 
 
 
 
Dec 23

Top 10 Difficult Words to Spell

Writing in English can become difficult if you are not sure of how to spell certain words. But don’t fret, English is a confusing language and everyone (even native English speakers!) makes mistakes.

Let’s learn the spelling of some of the most confusing words in English.

  1. Incorrect: Wierd

Correct: Weird

Sam is a little weird at times.

  1. Incorrect: Tommorow

Correct: Tomorrow

Please be on time tomorrow.

  1. Incorrect: Acommodate

Correct: Accommodate

We cannot accommodate another student.

  1. Incorrect: Imediately

Correct: Immediately

The presentation has to be done immediately.

  1. Incorrect: Noticable

Correct: Noticeable

Are my mismatched socks noticeable?

  1. Incorrect: Posession

Correct: Possession

My grandfather’s vintage gramophone is my most prized possession.

  1. Incorrect: Sucessfull

Correct : Successful

My niece is a successful lawyer.

  1. Incorrect: Committment

Correct: Commitment

I admire Priya’s commitment to her job.

  1. Incorrect: Embarass

Correct: Embarrass

Don’t embarrass me in front of my family!

  1. Incorrect: Truely

 Correct: Truly

She’s truly unbelievable!


About The Author