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Which is correct? Has been cancel or has been canceled?
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Copley academyHi all just a quick message to the students who are supposed to be on the ski trip.

The ski trip has been cancelled due too bad weather.

signed Mr Jhon Jennings

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I have discussed with client their plan has Postponed.

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today's match has been cancelled
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Today's match has been cancelled.

Thanks was a mistake

Neither is correct. The word is spelled "cancelled". You can thank MS Corp. for making us think that we should drop the second l. It was their coding error in the Windows programs that affected spellcheck, thus changing the word to its ubiquitous misspelling with a single l.

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