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Grammar Nazi

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Clairebear, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. Can people PLEASE learn and utilise the difference between:



    and last but not least


    That is all.
  2. Yes! Thanks. Thats grate!
  3. Their just never gonna get they're there's right, so their. :wink:
  4. their just comon mispellings. nothing two embarasing..
  5. OK ..Know we now .

  6. where you going to point out

    as well?

  7. May as well throw to and too on the list as well.
  8. i dont think most of us here really care too much about spelling as long as you can understand what the person is typing then its all sweet

    but to make people understand what you are trying to say i will use some phrases to make it easier

    look the ball is over there

    its their bike dont sit on it

    they're are coming with us

    hope this helps a little
  9. There, their, they're ClaireB

    There is no spell check on this forum, something that could be easily added on so their spelling can be corrected if they're not very good at it.
  10. Claire did you loose the plot?
  11. "they'reare"??? Thanks, that's a lot easier! :p
  12. Wear?
  13. Ware?
    As in "we're wearing wares from where?" ;)
  14. you nid two instal firefox!!
  15. A forum auto correct addon of changing "teh" to "the" would help some people from losing hair from obvious hair pulling sessions as well ;)
  16. ooppsy lol ill fix it up sir
    haha :LOL:
  17. welcome to primary school

  18. oh while we're at it, how about

  19. I have no idea why some people can't spell, and some can, it's not always an issue of education. I think it's because some individuals language is based on auditory thought, so to them it is more important for their communication to "sound right" than to "look right".

    However this is just a theory of mine, and I have nothing to back up this theory, which is my theory, and belongs to me and I own it, I'm keeping it, not sharing it, retaining full title and all intellectual property therein, so sod off and get your own bloody theory.
  20. to = preposition showing movement towards something
    "He went to the bike shop."

    too = adverb (modifies a verb) meaning "also", "as well as"
    "I went to the bike shop too."

    two = number after one (1)
    "The two of us went to the bike shop."

    Very common errors:

    its/it's = (unless it means "it is", it has NO apostrophe)
    your's = no such word
    Simple plurals don't need apostrophes: hence, videos, DVDs, NOT video's, DVD's

    Are we having fun yet?