Correct spelling


Correct spelling, explanation: word experience is a combination of the noun expert that means person who is high qualified in particular subject and suffix -ence, which stands for process of having specific quality. There is -ence, not -ance so the form experiance is mistaken.

Definition of commitment:
1.noun, practise, participation
Sir, can you tell me where did you get the experience in industry sector?
2.verb, situation that you have already been in
I experienced this as a child, so I know exactly what you are talking about.

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: I know that losing this job was terrible for you, but you should chalk it up to experience.
experience is the mother of wisdom, means that you can only learn something new by making mistakes: I know your knee hurts after you fell of your bike, but remember, experience is a mother of wisdom.
jarring experience, something that suddenly makes you feel insecure, dismayed or confused: Seeing him, with another girl was really jarring experience.

Incorrect spelling


Incorrect spelling, explanation: it is incorrect to change vowel e to a in the middle of the word experience, so the form expariance is incorrect.