The English Daily Telegraph reported on the most misspelt words. I have some sympathy.
1/ separate, not seperate as I have at times spelt it. I know it now.
2/ definitely, the second i and e float around this word and they have for me.
3/ manoeuvre, I have seen different spellings for this word. I can never write it without checking.
4/ embarrass, yes, I have gotten this wrong too, but I have learnt it.
5/ occurrence, yes, while I do know how to spell it, I have in the past got it wrong.
6/ consensus, easy word to spell, what's the issue?
7/ unnecessary, maybe a decade ago I realised I could not spell the word and learnt it, the hard way.
8/ acceptable, I don't think I have a problem with this one.
9/ broccoli, how are we expected to spell foreign words? But I can this one without a problem.
10/ referred, how many r's, how many f's. I expect I have gone wrong with it at times.
Some of the other words in the list are:
bureaucracy, that is a hard one and I have to check it
connoisseur, another hard one I would struggle with it if I had cause to use it
particularly, no problem for me.
questionnaire, two n's or one? I think I am ok with that one.
entrepreneur, I just know I would get this one wrong.
parallel, I had to learn this for work, many years ago.
How do you go with them?