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You are so right Hermione.Hug,joey
I agree! It's one of my pet peeves too.
Uh Huh. I'm right there with you.
Take a deep breath, exhale, relax.
Joey - We're on the same wavelength with this one:)Spanky - That makes three of us.Fondles - make that four.Bogey - There's always a naysayer in every group.Hugs,Hermione
Oh drives me crazy!!!! And when people write thank's. ?? Lol
This drives me absolutely bonkers, too. Know what else gets me? When people confuse 'advise' with 'advice.' I just love those professional emails that say, 'Please take a look at the attached memo as advice as needed.' :(
It so makes me want to go back and get my red pens out!!!!hugs abby
It's one of the grammar faux pas I don't think I abuse. I know the difference I just hope I always catch it when I'm writing.
.....um, I might do this and other grammatical equivalents of sneezing in someone else's soup.....On behalf of my fellow repeat offenders.....sorry about that, I think we should blame the publik skool cystumhugslillie
Also - there, their and they're often misused.Love,Ronniexx
Yes annoys the life out of me too actually. Not as much as the misuse and overuse of the exclamation mark right enough! These change the whole tone of a sentence. But only obviously to those who know how to read the sentence 'properly' in the first place. Ok rant over :)Dee x
Life is too short, to let stress levels build in any way about this. Personally, your (snicker snicker) overreacting.(happy face, happy face)bottoms upRed
elle - Yeah, I hate that too.Jessa - Whenever people ask me whether it's practise or practice (or license vs licence)I tell them to use advise and advice as a model. Abby - Or turn on the red font in Word.Sunny - Sometimes Autocorrect foils one's efforts.Lillie - There two blame, all right.Ronnie - Very often. (See above:)Dee - I agree!!! We see them far too often!!!!Red - NO I AM NOT OVERREACTING!!!!Hugs,Hermione
You know that this drives ME up the wall. It's getting to the point where one of my criteria for vetting tops is "Can use apostrophes properly."
I guess I am not the only one bothered by grammatical errors. Thanks for sharing
I am almost afraid to write my comment! Lol. I found something on fb regarding grammar, and meant to send it to you. Well the best layer plans of mice and men.....
I could not agree more. It is not difficult and it is important. Grrrrrr.
Erica - Good idea, although you might have to search awhile to find one with those credentials.Blondie - No, you're in good company here.Minelle - I'd love to see it if you find it again.Abby - So important for bloggers, when writing is the only way people see you.Hugs,Hermione
Hi Hermione,I'm a bit late to the comment table but I'd like to add my 2 cents!You're lucky you don't live in this province because years ago the language police stole all our apostrophies. (think MacDonalds, Ardenes, Madisons, etc.). Very annoying!R.R.
Every time someone uses an apostrophe to make a word plural a fairy loses its wings. True facts. Great post!
A Lurker - I didn't know that. Makes things simpler, I suppose. TL - LOL!
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