Incorrect spelling, explanation:
seperate is a misspelled version of a word separate. Separate can be either an adjective or a verb. It came to English from Latin sēparātus around the XV century. In this example, the correct spelling is separate and not seperate.
Correct spelling, explanation: word separate can act in a sentence either as a verb or an adjective. Separate appeared in Middle English from Latin sēparātus around the XV century. Its current spelling is close to the Latin ancestor and for that reason, the version
seperate is not correct.
Definition of separate:
verb: to divide or cause something to divide into parts; we can divide something from something or into something
We need to start by separating egg whites from yolks.
They wanted to separate the room into four individual workspaces.
– to break a connection between two people or things
It was difficult for her to separate her work life and her personal life.
adjective: not connected, happening, or existing independently
Although they were married, they lived in two separate houses.
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I really like this explanations, are these words based on official English dictionary? Would be really grateful if you could tell me.