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    My ten year old can manage to get the your/you're correct most of the time. I reminded him the other day with the difference between:

    Knowing your sh*t and
    Knowing you're sh*t

    Nothing like a swear word to motivate a ten year old boy.

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    I have my eleven year old in apostrophe training... He has started correcting his teacher. I am so proud

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    Don't know if you can see it but I saw this pearler on my drive home: "Your mum should of given birth ova a cliff"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babymay View Post
    My ten year old can manage to get the your/you're correct most of the time. I reminded him the other day with the difference between:

    Knowing your sh*t and
    Knowing you're sh*t

    Nothing like a swear word to motivate a ten year old boy.
    Haha! Must keep that in mind for DS, lol

    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    I have my eleven year old in apostrophe training... He has started correcting his teacher. I am so proud
    Oh, that is brilliant! I'd be proud too!

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    Don't know if you can see it but I saw this pearler on my drive home: "Your mum should of given birth ova a cliff"

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    Oh, that's classy! Far out, lol

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    The sad part isn't that someone would get this tattoo, it's that some idiot would put it on there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly View Post
    The sad part isn't that someone would get this tattoo, it's that some idiot would put it on there!
    Yeah, I'm not sure which is worse! So dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    Yes, but conversely I had an online argument with someone recently who insisted on writing "the principle actor", as he had been taught that "principal" was reserved only for headmasters/mistresses! (Please note that I was not picking him up on his mistake; a school-aged Facebook friend posted a question to me about the spelling and I was answering her... he just decided to pick a fight with me!)

    With practice/practise, I use this one... Do you remember the show "A Country Practice"? (I might be showing my age here!)

    It was about a doctors' practice in the country. When I was learning how to spell the two words, I just remembered that "country" started with "C", and that was the correct letter to use in "practice" too. Or that there were no "Ss" in the show's title, only "Cs".

    I hope that's not too obscure
    Oh.my.
    I always knew you were a genius! This has totes confirmed.

    This thread has made me LOL so much. Brilliant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psylent View Post
    DH? Is that you?
    I really should have given him a written test before we married. At least he will get out of helping the children with their homework. It's as if he doesn't even know fullstops exist. And commas? Mythical beasts he has never even heard of.
    Bahahahahahaha! I am ROFL!!!
    We married the same man!!

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    I received an email from DS's childcare this week. In the subject was 'letter to famalies'. Now surely the word families is one which is written, typed and spoken many times each day at a large childcare facility.

    Opened it up to read about some of the carers moving on, changing days etc etc and about three new carers starting. The letter read along the lines of 'we wish A, B and C a warm welcome in their perspective rooms'...

    Scary. These people refer to themselves as educators...


 

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