Speech or speach?

Speech Writing

According to Google, quarter of a million people in the UK who wanted to find more about ‘speeches’ did so by typing ‘speach’ into the search engine.

Whether you are looking for help with your speech, speach, or even a speych, I’d be delighted to help.

Lawrence

BTW, it’s speech πŸ™‚

speach or speech

speech (not speach!)

noun

  1. the expression of or the ability to express thoughts and feelings by articulate sounds.
    “he was born deaf and without the power of speech”
    synonyms: speaking, talking, verbal communication, verbal expression, articulation
    “he was born deaf and without the power of speech”
  2. a formal address or discourse delivered to an audience.
    “he gave a speech about the company”
    synonyms: talk, address, lecture, discourse, oration, disquisition, peroration, declamation, deliverance, presentation;

Definition of speech on Wikipedia

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7 thoughts on “Speech or speach?”

  1. The pattern operating here is that people who were never properly educated and who are not well read defend their errors by saying that lots of other people make the same errors, so they aren’t really errors at all. Ignorance, like misery, loves company.

  2. I found out 2 days ago I spelt speech incorrectly. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  3. To Mark: so many people incorrectly spell ‘speach’ instead of ‘speech’ because they are confused by the spelling of ‘speak’.

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