alot vs a_lot : Common Errors in English

About alot vs a_lot

Perhaps this common spelling error began because there does exist in English a word spelled “allot” which is a verb meaning to apportion or grant. The correct form, with “a” and “lot” separated by a space is perhaps not often encountered in print because formal writers usually use other expressions such as “a great deal,” “often,” etc. You shouldn’t write “alittle” either. It’s “a little.”

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  • $590M Powerball winner still shops at Walmart

    YOU'RE EXACTLY RIGHT ..AGREE ........I KNOW i would visit the same ole stores .....the money will not change , all of me . alot of money at first .....she has many TRUST FUNDS , no doubt ...and it takes months to get everything in order .
    on June 14, 2013 Source: Lottery Post

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