Spelling in the English language can be a little strange.…
Spelling in the English language can be a little strange. It’s because you have to remember almost all of the words because they are not spelled in a consistent manner.
Definition of Challenge
Depending on the context, challenge can either be a noun or a verb. Challenge as a verb has these following definitions:
- Disproving the decision is incredibly unjust, invalid, or obsolete.
- To engage in confrontation.
- Questioning the legality or qualifications of something.
- To stimulate or cause arousal from difficulties.
Challenge as a noun can have these meanings:
- Task or problem that stimulates someone.
- A call to compete in a sporting activity.
- Experimentation or testing of physiological activity through exposure to a specific substance.
To have a clearer understanding, take a look at these examples below:
- So you think you can reach there faster than me? Challenge accepted!
- Some teachers dislike when their students challenge them!
- You can say spelling in English can be very challenging (no pun intended).
- I received a new job offer in China. I am going to accept it because I want a challenge!
How Do You Spell Challenge?
Challenge is spelled with two “l”s in the middle. Most spelling mistakes are caused because people write a single “l” when writing.
The phonetic transcription of the word is chAl-uhnj.
Conducting an internet search for spelling help is not the answer when you are faced with a spelling challenge. The most effective way to spell is to use a dictionary and a thesaurus and find the proper spelling on your own.