Help make spelling more appealing to your child with this collection of 70 brightly coloured, fun-themed word lists! - explore words related to topics that actually interest children (e. Creepy crawlies, fairy tales, & sport) - cover essential spelling rules learned in year 5 (e. Prefixes, doubled consonants, & silent letters) - reinforce words used in other areas studied at school (e.).
Used to show that you agree with something or agree to do something 2.
OK, ok, okay. How do you write OK? Emphasis
The most widely accepted spelling is ok, and for a quiet life thats definitely the one to go with.
Ok is more common in edited writing, but okay appears about a third of the time. Is preferred by a few publications, including the new york times, even though it is not an abbreviation of anything in modern use.
Okay, OK English Grammar Today Cambridge Dictionary
Okay is used as an adverb in informal speech, meaning all right, neither well nor badly even though i had never slept in a tent, in a sleeping bag or had any experience canoeing, i did ok.
The exact genesis of ok is unclear, but one popular theory contends that in the nineteenth century, people began spelling all correct phonetically (oll korrect or orl korrect) as a bit of a laugh.