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What is the correct spelling for pre-fixed menu?
after serving drinks
cannot or can't
It depends whether you are referring to the verb 'to wage' (to do or make) or the verb 'to wag' (swing back and forth, e.g. a dog's tail). The present participle of 'to wage…' is 'waging' (e.g. waging war), and the present participle of 'to wag' is 'wagging' (e.g. wagging his tail). Both participles are formed in the standard way. See the Discussion page for the same correct information.
How do you correct a misspelled word that Word has flagged and select the correct spelling from the shortcut menu?
Both are correct within its own country. WikiAnswers uses American spelling as their standard. +++ That may be so for the primary texts but a British contrib…utor like me is likely to use British spellings (except of course for American proper nouns, e.g. "harbour" in general but "Pearl Harbor" for the name of the place).
"Correct" is the right spelling.
Both are correct (according to Collins English dictionary). Examples... This it the way the word is spelt. The word is spelled this way.
That is the correct spelling of the plural noun "menus." The similar word is "minus" (less, as in subtraction, negative value).
That happens sometimes, if the word is not in your dictionary. if you're on Microsoft Word, click tools, then spell check. if it still isn't working, then the words that are i…ncorrect probably aren't in your dictionary, or even better, you didn't make a mistake! Another answer: A spell checker can only check individual words. It cannot take the context into account. Therefore, if you have written "The children found there cat in the kitchen", you have made a spelling mistake (you should have written "their" not "there") but the spell checker will not correct it.
how you spelled it is just how it sounds, though the how you spelled it likely means prefix, like the de- in defuse or degrade. the way it is spelled is prix (price) fix…e (fixed)
In general this would be the order: 1. Appetizers 2. Soup 3. Salad 4. Entree (main course) with vegetables/potatoes/side dishes 5. Dessert …6. Savoury/cheese 7. Cofee and petit fours You could swap the order of 3 and 4. I suggest you also look at the related link I will make below.