Bring the HEAT
XBradTC's thoughts… deep thoughts.
Cite, site, and sight are three different words, with three distinct meanings, people!
There / their / they’re
To / too / two
Your / you’re
Eats, shoots, and leaves.
Can you cite the site that used “sight” incorrectly?
Let’s eat Grandma.
Let’s eat, Grandma.
Punctuation saves lives.
Especially in North Korea.
How about infer/imply?
One of mine is when someone writes/says “winner” rather than “recipient” refering to an award of a military honor.
You don’t say! 🙂
Don’t you DARE dis’ me just cuz I get lay and lie confused!
Oh, and the difference between “less than” and “fewer than”.
My Mother was a grammar stickler, and I would torture her with “lay/lie”. I would be home on leave (yes, as a semi-grown-up) and say “I’m going to go LAY down”…. A couple seconds later she would yell from wherever she was “It’s LIE!!!!”
My Dad would just shake his head.
What was it that affected to effect this whine fest on heuristics, if I may ask?
No particular post anywhere. It’s just one of the more common errors I see on the internets.
“I wish I would of….”
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