Words containing two consecutive letters can sometimes be confusing.
For example, some think that the doubled letter in ‘beginning’ is ‘g’ and often spell it as ‘beggining’.
However, it is the ‘n’ that is doubled!
See if you can spot the mistake below.
In the beggining, there was famine and war. In the beginning, there was hardship. But all that changed when the prince returned.
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