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Spelling "judgmental"? (1 Viewer)


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I don't know why, but I would think that you would spell judgmental as judgemental.
It just looks right to me that way.
Why is the "e" suddenly dropped?

^Also, if I want to emphasize the letter e here, what kind of punctuation should I use? Was this correct?


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In Brit-Eng, one is used in law: judgemental. The other in everyday contexts: judgmental. American Eng favours judgmental. To be honest, I use judgemental.


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I think Mr. Trump was suspicious of too many "e"s in sentences and ruled that one had to be "sent back to where it came from"... :lol:

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