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Grammar Repair Shop: Use one word? Or two?

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Is it one word or two? Take this quiz to test your knowledge of common spelling snafus:

1. Sign up or signup?

“If you’d like to be part of the planning committee, a __ sheet is in the break room.”

“Those who ___ by Friday will be on the committee.”

2. Log in or login?

“I tried to __, but I’d forgotten my __ name.”

3. Every day or everyday?

“It isn’t __ you come across a deal like this.”

“For the formal board dinner, wear something other than ___ work attire.”

4. All together or altogether?

“After an ___ brilliant speech, she won the majority of votes.”

“__ we raised our voices to cheer for her.”

Answers: 1. signup, sign up 2. log in, login 3. every day, everyday 4. altogether, all together

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