Incorrect spelling, explanation: while
beginer is made accordingly to English derivation and could function as a correct item, it can’t be considered correct, because of the etymology of the word. Because of that, it is beginner is the only correct form of the word.
Correct spelling, explanation: the word beginner has its roots in the Old English verb begynne. So while it may seem logical that this is just a base word begin + -er suffix does not cause double n, the actual origin of the word makes it necessary to introduce the double n.
Definition of beginner:
1. Someone inexperienced; a person who has just started doing something (a hobby, a job, etc.)
I made a mistake at work, but the supervisor was understanding as I’m still a beginner.
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