Correct spelling


Correct spelling, explanation: the word apparent comes from late Middle English, from Old French aparant, from Latin apparentappearing, from the verb apparere. As you can see, its modern construction resembles the Latin version – this adjective should be spelled with a double -p letter. It’s also related to the following words: appearance, appear. Aparent is just a misspelling.

Definition of apparent:
adjective, clearly visible or understood; obvious
Then, for no apparent reason, the train suddenly stopped.
I was a bit depressed by our apparent lack of progress.

Collocations with apparent:
Some most commonly used collocations include: readily apparent, increasingly apparent, and immediately apparent.
My efforts to finish the work by the afternoon were readily apparent.
It’s become increasingly apparent that each child must be approached individually.
It was almost immediately apparent there could be a conflict between them.

Incorrect spelling


Incorrect spelling, explanation: the word aparent is not correct, because this version lacks the second -p letter. You need to know that it should be spelled as apparent – with the double -p. Many adjectives and verbs in English are built in a similar way. This mistake may come from plain carelessness. Try to remember that apparent is the only correct form and aparent is not.

Incorrect spelling


Incorrect spelling