Incorrect spelling, explanation:
accomodate is an incorrect form of the verb accommodate because the origin from the Latin word accommodātus suggests we should have two pairs of doubled consonants. In form accommodate there is one m left out and that causes a spelling mistake. The only correct form is accommodate.
Correct spelling, explanation: accommodate is the correct spelling because the verb comes from Latin accommodātus, so in this example, we need to double both consonants, c, and m. In the form
accomodate there is a spelling mistake, one m is omitted. Therefore we should remember that the right spelling is only accommodate.
Definition of accommodate:
verb: – to adapt, satisfy, to become adjusted;
It is impossible to accommodate everyone’s needs, sometimes you have to say no.
to make room, to provide with a place to stay or necessary goods;
All the rooms in the hotel were reserved, so they were not able to accommodate us at a short notice.
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