poor speller


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Noun1.poor speller - someone who spells words
writer - a person who is able to write and has written something
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Weaknesses to avoid sharing include personal frustrations such as being a poor speller, needing to learn a language, or working too hard.
She's renowned for her precise, exquisite prose, but new research shows Jane Austen was a poor speller and erratic grammarian who got a big helping hand from her editor.
Another student, Tom, was a poor speller whose teacher called him addle-brained and complained that he asked too many questions.
My reply to Seagraves is that if I had to choose between a candidate who was a poor speller and one like the present occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Even those closet poor spellers (very few admit openly to being a poor speller) believe that the weekly test is the best teaching method.
VOWEL PLAY: Poor speller Tara P-T and Chris Tarrant
I was terribly embarrassed by them, only because I was a very poor speller.
TONY Blair simply appears to be a poor speller of the word tomorrow.
He might not be in line to win awards for charming hacks, but Lee is front runner for poor speller of the year, judging from his press release.
Lewinsky was said to be a poor speller who was not computer literate.
As the pre-test examples in Table 2 show, poor spellers often struggled to make accurate sound to letter correspondences.