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Yes, please do b/c: 1) very little that you write will be fully understood with out it & 2) it bugs the hell out of me when you don't!

I tell my students all the time, "If you don't know how to spell a word, pick another one, one you know how to spell."

Grammar rules Maggie Teacher's Note: * A LOT is two words, or three for "a lot of" , and means "quite, rather, fairly, enough, pretty" or "a good deal" * ALLOT (with double "L") is a one-word regular verb - to allot - and means "to parcel out, distribute" or "to assign as a parcel, to allocate"