What is the correct spelling of schedule?

What is the correct spelling of schedule?

Correct spelling for the English word “schedule” is [ʃˈɛdjuːl], [ʃˈɛdjuːl], [ʃ_ˈɛ_d_j_uː_l] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

What does scheduled mean?

Scheduled means that something is planned for a specific date and time.

What part of speech is scheduled?


part of speech: noun
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: schedules, scheduling, scheduled
definition 1: to enter into an existing schedule. We scheduled a stop in Seattle to visit some friends. synonyms: program similar words: assign, book, list, plan, slate

Is scheduled on or is scheduled for?

When speaking of an event in the future you would generally use “for”: We’ve scheduled it for Friday May 18th. But if you were speaking of the past you might use “on” instead: They scheduled it on a Friday when I wasn’t able to make it.

How do you describe a schedule?

Here are some adjectives for schedule: brutally rigorous, admittedly busy, regular, stable, extremely irregular and unpredictable, fast biological, hard and fast biological, routine, short, grueling athletic, current contractual, tight and inflexible, inflexible inner, varied-interval, usually nonstop, busy orphan.

How do you know if your schedule is full?

First let’s look at different ways to say that a person is busy.

  1. I am busy. The most basic way to express this.
  2. I’m as busy as a bee.
  3. I’m slammed.
  4. I’m so busy (that) I can’t even…
  5. I’m buried (in work).
  6. I’m overwhelmed (with work).
  7. I’m up to my ears in work.
  8. I’ve got a lot on my plate.

How do British pronounce schedule?

The word “schedule” can be somewhat confusing, even for native speakers. The reason is that it is pronounced differently in the UK and in the US. In the UK, the prevalent pronunciation is /ˈʃɛdjuːl/ (shed-yool), while the prevalent pronunciation in the US is /ˈskɛdʒuːl/ (skedzh-ool).

Why do Brits pronounce schedule?

Why do British pronounce the word “schedule” differently than the way it is pronounced in the U.S.? It is because the British pronunciation has been influenced by the French. The original Greek pronunciation¹ was skéd-ē, σχέδη (skhédē), so the U.S. pronunciation is closer to the original than the British.