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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    Everyday vs Every day ?
    Everyday is an adjective like "everyday hero". Every day as used above should be every day as its open every day.

    Does that make sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Isn't it could have, would have and should have? Or are you listing them as incorrect terms?
    listing as incorrect terms which bother me.

    I'm a spelling nazi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsh1984 View Post
    When people say 'seen' where they should say 'saw'. Eg. I 'seen' a nice skirt at the shop today.
    I also hate it when people say come when it should be came

    eg "we had dinner when my husband come home"

    *ragey*

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    oh and the one that actually makes me gnash my teeth in frustration:

    his for he's

    "his really good looking"

    just.shoot.me.

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    People who say youse !! That makes my blood boil

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsh1984 View Post
    When people say 'seen' where they should say 'saw'. Eg. I 'seen' a nice skirt at the shop today.
    My DH said this fairly often when we first met, until he realised I might murder him in his sleep for it at some stage.

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    I done it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    People who say youse !! That makes my blood boil
    OMG my BIL and his wife say this. it makes me feel like strangling something.

    you sound SO DUMB!

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    At one stage I had a new manager at work who used 'youse, arks, and 'I seen'. Was not a great situation when I had respect issues with her anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    oh and the one that actually makes me gnash my teeth in frustration:

    his for he's

    "his really good looking"

    just.shoot.me.
    And the other way around "the bear is he's new toy"


 

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