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Which is correct? Has been cancel or has been canceled?
US: canceled (and traveled)
UK: cancelled (and travelled)
I never could understand why Word kept telling me travelled was wrong when it looked right, so eventually I looked it up.
Nancy19820Which is correct? Has been cancel or has been canceled?The correct usage is, "has been cancelled."
AnonymousThe correct usage ...Please note the dates, anonymous. 2006.
Anonymous:Has been cancelled
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