I before E except after C
What about the word 'their'?
BCA 2 wrote:
The goldfish factoid generally refers to goldfish memory. It is often disputed, because goldfish can be taught tricks and remember feeding habits. Goldfish will chase other fish around a tank for several seconds, often up to 10, which is the time usually attributed to this factoid.
Main Entry: couth
Etymology: back-formation from uncouth
: sophisticated , polished
Couth has been a word for at least 100 years.
Floccinaucinihilipilification is the longest word that can be properly typed using only the left hand.
Antidisestablishmentarianism is the longest English word that can be properly typed using only the left hand.
Sweaterdresses is the longest English word that can be properly touch-typed using only the left hand on a standard Qwerty keyboard.
Sweaterdress has the same amount of letters as stewardesses. Sweater-vests is hyphenated, so it does not count as an equal.
The Dvorak keyboard layout is quite different from the Qwerty layout.
The Colemak layout is also quite different.
The New Standard (it's not a standard, that's just the company name) layout has A-M on the left and N-Z on the right.
BCA 2 wrote:
I am American and was referring to the standard English 101 key layout. With that said.
Floccinaucinihilipilification and Antidisestablishmentarianism are not the longest word that can be typed using only the left hand with fingers in proper position.
Sweaterdresses is incorrect. It's proper spelling is Sweater dresses TWO WORDS
The others that you pointed out I can not argue with.