Monday, January 10, 2011

Top 25 Grammar Mistakes

I found myself reading this very carefully. Share

2 comments:

christopher said...

I'd have to admit that the "its" "it's" possessive problem has been one I've been forced to personally battle every day of my life despite its simplicity, but most of these can be chalked up to poor education (and methinks that the writer stretches the point a bit far on some of them).

My pet peeves ("personal" omitted) center on the "irregardless" phenomenon and on the supposedly-educated peoples using the word "nu-cu-lar" - thank you President Bush for making it an accepted pronunciation (though I'm sure he's only miming Eisenhower respectfully), even unto the present holder of the office...

Elizabeth said...

Thank you thank you thank you thank you. I majored in English, but I've been in the "real world" for a few years. That has chipped away at my grammar and this is a great refresher!