just like that one? lol
I know it's wrong, but it gets me every time!
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I'm loving all of these... I especially love the Uncle Jack example - I'd not seen that one before!
(Please remember that if you open brackets, you are obliged to close them.
You are all just itching to fix my post now, aren't you?
(Because I sure as hell know I am! It killed me to press send before I closed the brackets!)
My absolute hate is the posts that have no punctuation or grammar and you find yourself reading every post with one breath and makes you feel tired how can people type like this I don't. Understand also when people use punctuation where it isn't needed
They're/their and there.
Then and than- this one REALLY bugs me!
His and he's
and text speak........and there are a whole lot more but these threads never end well so I'll stop there..........................
I am excited for the beach or I am excited for the movie
No no no!! This says you are excited on behalf the beach or movie. You cannot be excited on behalf a location or inanimate object!!
Just wondering if anyone knows about the saying "of a morning" or "of an evening". It may be correct, I had never heard of it before I went to the uk and a few of my (aussie) colleagues used it... It always just sounded wrong to me but possibly because i'd never heard it before (i grew up in nz).
It was even in our paperwork that we gave to patients so I always hoped it was correct! "take your injections of an evening" or similar. I came back to australia and i've heard it a handful of times since... Does anyone know?? Sorry for the lack of capitals... it's not knowing how to use my phone!
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Stiflers Mom (14-11-2012)
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