Wednesday, January 6, 2010 12:37:32 AM
It is really a shame. Anyone who has made it at the very least, up to the 6th grade should know the differences between all of these words. Typos happen, especially when you are typing out your thoughts quickly, but really everyone should know this.
Tuesday, January 5, 2010 8:51:39 AM
I used to be guilty of 'alot` I used to be guilty of a lot of these actually. This should be given to all those who download a chat system. Nice little bible for those who seem to fail to grip English grammar. Oh and Buttersisluv is right, `mispelling` is missing an s. The irony is killing me.
Thursday, December 31, 2009 5:51:11 PM
The one that really BUGS me is "every day" and "everyday". They are two totally different words/phrases meaning 2 totally different things, and when you see an advert on TV saying "So tune your kids into the ABC's Kids Education programs everyday", you know that sanity and reason will soon be as extinct as the thylacine.