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    Counsellor

    Discussion in 'Word Mechanics' started by Rei, May 14, 2010.

    I'm getting two different spell checkers telling me two different things. Is it "counsellor" or "counselor" or is it a matter of British/American/Canadian English differences?
     
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    Hi Rei

    Definitely "counsellor" over here in the UK. :)
     
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    and one 'l' in the states...
     
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    Thanks guys. In most cases for a Canadian, when in doubt, use the British, or at least be consistent.
     

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