how to write the sentence without spelling mistake
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Have a dictionary handy.

(How do I write a sentence without any spelling mistakes?)
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Hi srisailamfin! WELCOME TO THE FORUMS !

Some kind of automatic spell checker would be a good start. It will tell you if the word exists. English has a lot of homonyms (words which sound alike but are spelled differently) so sometimes you must go to the dictionary. The last item on the tool bar (when you're writing a post) is a spell checker. I've never tried it. (ABC [check]). There are more sophisticated ones which check the whole sentence. Perhaps someone can tell you where to find one.

Best wishes, - A.
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thanks for ur kind replay. Normally when i write the word in alone that time there is no such much of spelling mistake. but same any senior person near by means. i get confeused .... that time i got lot of spelling mistake .
Avangi makes a good point - most spell checks will tell you that a word doesn't exist - like "confeused" should be "confused." But it won't help with words like "replay" which should be "reply."

One thing that you should start to work on right away is to NOT use text message abbreviations like "ur" instead of "your" and to make sure you use a capital letter at the start of your sentences and for the word I.

(And thanks to Avangi, I realized I forgot to welcome you to English Forums.)

(And lastly, I make a lot of spelling mistakes too, and I write for a living. That's why we have editors.)
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hi this is bhaskar mishra as i had word with mahesh at the movement he is not awaire of these things as much i can do the needful at this point of the senction as we have decided we can not consider as team manager will be treates as a mercery
Hi,
You need to revise your writing to add capital letters and punctuation marks.

Please do that, and we will then comment further.

Best wishes, Clive,
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Anonymoushi this is bhaskar mishra as i had word with mahesh at the movement he is not awaire of these things as much i can do the needful at this point of the senction as we have decided we can not consider as team manager will be treates as a mercery
Hey, I wouldn't be too hard on the guy. Nobody's perfect. - A.
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