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    Hi,
    I've got a French writing controlled assessment coming up and my teacher marked my draft but she corrected 'extraordinaire' so that it's now spelt 'extradorinaire' which I can't see anywhere on the internet :confused:
    Is her corrected spelling right? Or my original one?
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    I'm pretty certain your original spelling is correct, I've used "extraordinaire" several times, even now as an AS French student and had no problems. I don't recognise extradorinaire as a French term.
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    (Original post by Bethaaaaany)
    I'm pretty certain your original spelling is correct, I've used "extraordinaire" several times, even now as an AS French student and had no problems. I don't recognise extradorinaire as a French term.
    Thanks! I thought that was the case I just wanted to make sure
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    It's extraordinaire since ordinaire means normal



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