Incorrect spelling, explanation: the right word came from joining words: expert that means someone very wise and familiar with one field, and suffix ence – there is no explanation for changing it into ance.
Correct spelling, explanation: the word has its origins in a noun expert, and by adding suffix -ence we get new noun, expert + ence = experience.
Definition of experience:
1.noun, practise or taking part
Swimming with dolphins was an amazing experience.
2.verb, refers to previous situation that you have already been in, so now you can share your opinion or observations,
You must tell them about the situation you experienced in China last year.
Idioms and phrases with experience:
→ chalk (something) up to experience, to accept the fact, that something simply must have happened, in order to become more aware and wise: This failure might be a disaster for you, but I would just chalk it up to experience.
→ experience is the mother of wisdom, means that you can only learn something new by making mistakes: Don’t be so critical about yourself, remember: experience is the father of wisdom. Next time you will do better!
→ jarring experience, something that suddenly makes you feel insecure, dismayed or confused: It was a jarring experience, I had no idea what to do when he called me in the middle of the night.
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