-el/-al verbs

Canceled vs. Cancelled Which Is Correct 2

Canceled vs. Cancelled – Which Is Correct?

Cancelled or canceled is the past tense form of the verb cancel. They’re both correct, depending on which side of the pond you find yourself. In British English, it’s cancelled with two L’s, a convention also adopted by Canada and Australia. Meanwhile, in the United States, we like to keep things simple with just one L: canceled. This isn’t just about esthetics or a love for consonants; it boils down to usage and regional preferences. Stick around as I explain …

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