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Thank you for your help.

Which is correct? Has been cancel or has been canceled?
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Hi,

has been cancelled.

Clive
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That's one of those BrE/AmE things, I think.

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.
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Nancy19820Which is correct? Has been cancel or has been canceled?
The correct usage is, "has been cancelled."
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AnonymousThe correct usage ...
Please note the dates, anonymous. 2006.

Just saying.

CJ

the class has been cancelled or the class has been canceled

Anonymous

the class has been cancelled or the class has been canceled

Both spellings are accepted. But one is dominantly British English; the other American English.

Check a dictionary.

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has been cancelled is it correct?

Anonymous

'has been cancelled' Is it correct?

Yes. That was the first answer on the thread.

CJ