I don't want to get flamed but my some of my DH's extended family (aunts and cousins mainly) seem to talk to each other in a pigeon english on FB.
They get their there/their/they're wrong. Every time!
They use singular terms for multiples and vice versa. ie 'You are a lovely women', and 'Why he do that?'. Arrgghhh! And they ALL do it! So frustrating!
I want to un-friend them but I'm sure I would be bombarded with badly written, misspelled emails with shocking grammar asking me why I un-friended them
And I couldn't cope with that
Padic....PADIC... are you serious!!!
It's a paddock!
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Saw one recently- took a bit of deciphering, but a friend had "concurred" her washing pile.
She meant conquered! CONQUERED!!!
Chest of draws!!!!! Aaarggghhh!
It's a drawer. They are drawers.
Just saw a FB status that involved someone who brought a chest of draws from somewhere..... Brought?! Aaarrggghh!
Can someone explain practice and practise to me?
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