Canadian Spelling

Try and spell out the words Canadians spell differently.
Quiz by girlygirl592
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Last updated: April 13, 2012
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First submittedApril 13, 2012
Times taken3,515
Average score86.7%
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color is colour
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color
colour
neighbor
neighbour
ax
axe
matt
matte
totaled
totalled
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theater
theatre
behavior
behaviour
brunet
brunette
canceled
cancelled
dialog
dialogue
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favorite
favourite
fiber
fibre
honor
honour
labor
labour
tumor
tumour
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Level 29
Apr 28, 2012
100% with 3.18 left on the clock....spelling ust like the Brits
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Level 9
May 31, 2012
yup! :)
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Level 51
Nov 21, 2014
I have a Canadian in the room as I took this test and he says "nobody spells like that in Canada". I still got a 100% though
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Level 93
Apr 16, 2019
@berowdy That Canadian is wrong. This Canadian, and any of whom I've taken notice, all spell this way.
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Level 66
Jan 28, 2020
A joke I suppose? The quiz is only 45 seconds long. Which is too short in my opinion. (Or perhaps the time accidentally got shortened with an update of the quiz?)

The quiz itself is easy I typed very fast without hesitation, and I still didnt get to the last 3 (on tablet though, on keyboard I would atleast be 5 seconds faster so might ve reached the last one).

it needs about 30 seconds more, so you have time to type them all, and the people that do need to think about it, atleast have a few seconds for it.

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Level 45
Jan 27, 2014
As far as I know, there's nothing especially Canadian about the word "brunette": it's the word used for female brunets, throughout the English-speaking world.
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Level 69
Jul 10, 2014
100% with 3:19 left on the clock. Yep, I'm from Manitoba.
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Level 33
Jul 21, 2014
100% with 2:38 left. Most of these I spell the Canadian (or British) way anyway.
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Level 45
Aug 6, 2014
3:37. Woot.
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Level 27
Feb 9, 2015
I can't say I have ever seen "tumour" spelled with a "u" in it. It was a fairly obvious guess to try, but...
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Level 65
Nov 24, 2015
It always has a u, just not 2 u's
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Level 25
Oct 5, 2017
The words you were supposed to go by to translate to 'Canadian' looked like spelt by someone who does not know how to spell. Looks so wrong. It looks wrong the US- way of spelling.
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Level 15
Jan 15, 2018
first try, only took 28 seconds
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Level 61
Jun 24, 2019
Easy stuff. I spell things like this everyday, and have gotten so accustomed that U.S. spelling looks odd and weird.
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Level 31
Jul 19, 2020
This is the same as the way we spell in the uk
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Level 44
Jul 27, 2022
Wait, "dialogue" doesn't have the "ue" in American spelling? And "matte" is missing the "e" for some reason? What?