The word art is spelled as arte in the Spanish language. In the Latin language the word is spelled the same as it is in English.
Probably the same thing in means in English. Since Mackenzie isn't a Japanese name/word. Unless you're thinking of another word/phrase and spelled it wrong :P
It is a French word, so it is spelled the same as English.
Buffet in English is the same as french, spelled buffet
the English word REPAIR is spelled REPARACION in Spanish. :-)
Wrong! Because it's based on the what the word is. Not the letters.
In the Constitution they spelled the word Pennsylvania wrong at the bottom of the document. In the document it is spelled Pensylvania. actually wrong is spelled wrong so the answer is wrong
wrong(incorrectly) To be more clear the word wrong is spelled correctly
Old joke- the word spelled wrong in the dictionary is "wrong"!
The word is 'wrong'. Wrong is right if spelt wrong and if wrong is spelt right it is still wrong
"Incorrectly" is always pronounced incorrectly. (And "wrong" is always spelled wrong.)
billiograpy is not a word in the English Language and so has no definition. Perhaps you spelled it wrong?
The word wrong itself
That would be the word "wrong". Exactly!