Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Banger, Nov 3, 2008.
Well which do you use?
1) that's how it's spelled (here)
2) that's how it's pronounced.
Cuh - LOR
Coh - loh - UHR
First one = American
Second one = British
So obviously, Color will win this.
Second one is always used in many parts of Canada.
And so far you have been proven wrong as its tied at 4:4 and I except it to keep a rather 1:1 ratio.
Colour, because that's how it's spelled in English.
I've always spelled it 'color', but I don't see why it matters.
You know what? I'm actually not so sure which one I usually use.
Color, because that's how it's spelled in American English.
Colour, because that's how it's spelled in English English.
(which is the factious point I was making in the first place )
u guyz shud spel it color cuz thet way it saves ink, and that savez paper, and liek, thatz bettar fore teh invierenment and it saves leik 1,00,00,0,0 azn babyz that waye.
on a serious note, thats how mrs. teacher taught me in elementary school, and it seems more natural to someone who lives in the USA
the other way isnt wrong, but mrs. teacher probably would have counted "colour" wrong on a spelling test.
color doesn't rhyme with velour, so it is spelled color.
check vs. cheque
Well colour doesn't rhyme with velour either, so it is spelled colour! Although obviously your nationality will probably determine which you think is right.
...Umm okay? Kinda weird question, but I use color
Well i live in canada so i use colour. But it doesnt really matter since people would understand both ways.
color for me please
Colour is proper english
I just like how colour is spelled
color has less words