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rambabu
Perandor
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10 years ago
let me ask a single doubt here.
whenever I type 'travelling' in MS-Word, it autocorrects to 'traveling'. so, it's the difference of American English and British English. Right?


Why so late to realize? Stalled by the crowded entrances?
Sandhya Rani
Basileus
654 20.8k 133.1k
10 years ago
let me ask a single doubt here.
whenever I type 'travelling' in MS-Word, it autocorrects to 'traveling'. so, it's the difference of American English and British English. Right?


Why so late to realize? Stalled by the crowded entrances?

i have started writing online just 1 year ago. :cheer: :cheer:

Meera sandhu
rambabu
Perandor
1.49k 32k 218.8k
10 years ago
let me ask a single doubt here.
whenever I type 'travelling' in MS-Word, it autocorrects to 'traveling'. so, it's the difference of American English and British English. Right?


Why so late to realize? Stalled by the crowded entrances?

i have started writing online just 1 year ago. :cheer: :cheer:


That's an achievement Sandhya. My hearty congratulations to you
Thank you said by: Sandhya Rani
suraj
Expert Boarder
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10 years ago
During the festival season a train becomes a miserable means of transport. It's become more miserable when you cannot have a seat.
Mary
Diamond Mate
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10 years ago
I have too much fear for travelling in crowded trains as well as buses. I will catch the uncrowded one.

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