Spelling Tip: Gray vs. Grey

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SPOILER ALERT: You don’t even have to buy this video to learn my little spelling trick! In America, the color is spelled “gray,” and in England, it’s spelled “grey.” So just remember to go by the first letter of the country!

But wouldn’t it be more fun to hook your students with something fun and lively? That’s what Lou the purple elephant does in every 60-Second Steinbecks.

You can also try a 60-Second Steinbecks for free, by downloading our sample: another one-minute video that solves the Mystery of the Ages: when to use Who vs. Whom. The tune alone is one you won’t be able to get out of your head!
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Spelling Tip: Gray vs. Grey
Spelling Tip: Gray vs. Grey
Spelling Tip: Gray vs. Grey
Spelling Tip: Gray vs. Grey