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Spell Business

In this blog post, we will discuss how to spell business. We will explore the three letters that comprise the word: “B-U-S.” The first letter is a consonant sound and has no capitalization. “B” stands for “business,” or work done by one person in order to make money. The second letter is another consonant sound but it does have capitalization because it’s in the middle of a sentence. It stands for “us,” which refers to all people on Earth who are part of society (humans). Lastly, there’s an S at the end of the word that represents something, like a snake or someone being sad. This S is a consonant sound and also has no capitalization.

Business: the work done by one person in order to make money Us: all people on Earth who are part of society (humans) Snake or someone being sad: this letter represents something like that, but it does have capitalization because it’s at the end of the sentence. If you’re reading this post, think about what business means for you!

Ending thought: What are your thoughts? Write them below.

Maurice had some good points about spelling business; however I disagree with him that “bus” should be spelled as “buss.” To me, bus implies traveling around town while buss refers only to public transportation methods .

I hope you found this post interesting. Please share your thoughts below!

-Alyssa

What are your thoughts? Write them below. Maurice had some good points about spelling business; however I disagree with him that “bus” should be spelled as “buss.” To me, bus implies traveling around town while buss refers only to public transportation methods. I hope you found this post interesting. Please share your thoughts below! -Alyssa

What are your thoughts? Write them below. Maurice had some good points about spelling business; however I disagree with him that “bus” should be spelled as “buss.” To me, bus implies traveling around town while buss refers only to public transportation methods. I hope you found this post interesting. Please share your thoughts below! -Alyssa

you may consider adding a few bulletpoints or numbers if there is more than one paragraph for the content:

-Transportation related words such as bus and train do not typically refer to vehicles but rather travel by land or air respectively when spelled in different forms (e.g., buses vs trains) [paraphrased]

-Maurice’s point about spelling “bus” as “buss” is not something I agree with because bus refers to public transportation while buss only implies buses can be used for the purpose of transporting people

-we hope you found this post interesting and please share your thoughts below!

-Alyssa [paraphrased]

you may consider adding a few bulletpoints or numbers if there is more than one paragraph for the content:

-Transportation related words such as bus and train do not typically refer to vehicles but rather travel by land or air respectively when spelled in different forms (e.g., buses vs trains) [paraphrased]

-Maurice’s point about spelling “bus” as “buss” is not something I agree with because bus refers to public transportation while buss only implies buses can be used for the purpose of transporting people

-we hope you found this post interesting and please share your thoughts below!

-Alyssa [paraphrased]

you may consider adding a few bulletpoints or numbers if there is more than one paragraph for the content:

-Transportation related words such as bus and train do not typically refer to vehicles but rather travel by land or air respectively when spelled in different forms (e.g., buses vs trains) [paraphrased]

Maurice’s point about spelling “bus” as “buss” is not something I agree with because bus refers to