What's the difference between "traveling" and "travelling"?
- MamieLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
There's no difference. In America, if a word has the stress on the first syllable, you do not double the final consonant when adding a suffix. Thus - Travel - traveling - traveler.
However, I understand that this rule does not apply in the UK. Thus - Travel - travelling, traveller.
It's a matter of convention, nothing else.
- carol pLv 71 decade ago
Traveling is the word you want as travelling is not a word, it is spelled wrong.
- GentlelambLv 71 decade ago
NO DIFFERENCE.....If you look in the Dictionary, you will find that you can spell the word with 1 L or 2......I prefer using l L......But both are ok to use....
- 1 decade ago