Differences- acception versus exception.?

7th grade spelling bee is coming up and I usually do pretty fitting. The one thing I other mess up on is the difference between acception and exception. I know that I can ask for a sentence (everyone has be telling me to) but that really doesn't give a hand if I don't even know the differences.

Any trick to help me remember?
Thanks.
Courtney<3


Answers:    Ok, here's something that might work.

An exception is something that doesn't follow the commonplace rules, so you cross them with an X because they don't belong beside the rest, so not fitting the norm has the spelling beside the X in it.

Hope that help!
Try this:

Exception means "exclusion" -- Think of it as Xing something out.

Acception mechanism "inclusion" or favorism...

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