How do u spell wednesday

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The Wednesday Letters Quotes by Jason F. Wright

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How to Say Wednesday - British Pronunciation - Learn English

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Most Americans don't pronounce the first "d" in Wednesday. - See more words from the same century. More Definitions for Wednesday.

Woden was an Anglo-Saxon god associated with both fury and poetic inspiration. He also had a career in curing horses and carrying off the dead, and Wednesday is his day. Woden's day has gone through various spellings—wodnesdaeg, Weodnesdei, Wenysday, wonysday, Weddinsday—but even though Shakespeare tried to match pronunciation with his very reasonable "Wensday," it didn't stick. Woden got to keep his 'd' and his day. Driving through towns can provoke a series of questions. Why is this person going so slowly? Does anyone own that dog?

If your student or you! These tips can help your students remember how to spell commonly confused words like Wednesday, weird, niece, Renaissance, dessert, beautiful, accommodate, separate, and together. One of the easiest ways for remembering how to spell Wednesday is to break it down into its individual syllables—Wed nes day. Another trick is to use a mnemonic memory device. A common mnemonic trick is to create an acronym with the beginning letter of each word.

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