Is there a word you just can't remember how to spell? My word is "occasionally." I can never remember if it's one c and a double s or one s and a double c. Thank goodness for spell checkers. I'm not alone in misspelling an occasional word. In honor of the national spelling bee (which is today, June 1) Google put together a map of misspelled words, based on Google searches.

If you don't want to stare at the map, here's a list:

Alabama: Pneumonia

Alaska: Schedule

Arizona: Tomorrow

Arkansas: Chihuahua

California: Beautiful

Colorado: Tomorrow

Connecticut: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Delaware: Hallelujah

District of Columbia: Ninety

Florida: Receipt

Georgia: Gray

Hawaii: People

Idaho: Quote

Illinois: Appreciate

Indiana: Hallelujah

Iowa: Vacuum

Kansas: Diamond

Kentucky: Beautiful

Louisiana: Giraffe

Maine: Pneumonia

Maryland: Special

Massachusetts: License

Michigan: Pneumonia

Minnesota: Beautiful

Mississippi: Nanny

Missouri: Maintenance

Montana: Surprise

Nebraska: Suspicious

Nevada: Available

New Hampshire: Diarrhea

New Jersey: Twelve

New Mexico: Banana

New York: Beautiful

North Carolina: Angel

North Dakota: Dilemma

Ohio: Beautiful

Oklahoma: Patient

Oregon: Pneumonia

Pennsylvania: Sauerkraut

Rhode Island: Liar

South Carolina: Chihuahua

South Dakota: College

Tennessee: Chaos

Texas: Maintenance

Utah: Disease

Vermont: Europe

Virginia: Delicious

Washington: Sense

West Virginia: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Wisconsin: Wisconsin (Not an error; they really can't spell their own state name.)

Wyoming: Priority

In today's age of automatic spell checkers, there are few excuses for misspellings. Spell checkers won't catch homonyms (like their, there, and they're) but they should catch most genuine misspellings.

English is a funny language because there are so many rules that are broken all the time and letter combinations that are pronounced differently. Like David Burge explained in this genius tweet:

Or this

I before E except after C, unless you are running a feisty heist on a weird beige foreign neighbor.

(I couldn't identify the original source for this one, but found numerous variations.)

Is there a word you just can't get right every time?