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Pattistuff46 72F  
168 posts
4/2/2019 6:08 am
GrammarPeeves: Do you have any?

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Pattistuff46 72F  
137 posts
4/2/2019 6:10 am

The most misused words that I have noticed are to and too

Misguided1 76M
112 posts
4/2/2019 7:38 am

to and too are Two separate words.

when put together they form the word tu tu. The modern tutu is a dress worn as a costume in a ballet performance, often with attached bodice. It may be made of tarlatan, muslin, silk, tulle, gauze, or nylon.
Yes in the ballet flight of the bumble bee they go air borne, which means flight, flight is taking off, taking off is stripping, stripping means remove, remove translates to shed, a shed is a shelter, shelters saved people from bombs, bombs explode, exploding means to come apart, apart means separate. separate means alone, alone is solo. solo is hans in star wars who also went air borne.

yes pattie, one vicious circle, did you know a circle never begins or ends, it also has two sides to it, the inside and the outside.insiders give tips. tips are left on tables, tables have legs, legs are found at the bottom of torso's.
at the top of torso's are brains.,
So after a lifetime of struggle, Webster was finally definded! and should have had his work Preventing Grammer Peeves until you started things right back up again in here.

Here sounding just like hear. ah the English language a 200,000 year extention from the Cave man.

yes he first spoke and a spoke is found on a bicycle wheel and blah blah blah blah..


Pattistuff46 replies on 4/2/2019 9:50 am:
Too Cute.

Rocketship 75F
15381 posts
4/2/2019 8:03 am

English spelling and grammar can be very frustrating.

With the advent of the computer and texting, many are using single letters for whole words.... sighhhh.

I guess I'm a bit of a dinosaur since I prefer correct spelling and grammar. That being said, usually I'm not bothered by the errors folks may make.

Unfortunately, sometimes my fingers don't co-operate and typos occur.

Pattistuff46 replies on 4/2/2019 9:59 am:
After having English Grammar drilled into my head during adolescence, I find it hard not to overlook grammatical errors. I don't criticize the individual, just make mental notes of the errors.

MrsJoe 71F
10639 posts
4/2/2019 9:43 am

Irregardless is to a word.......... I use it all the time! lol.
I don't pay too much attention to other people's grammar, but when I write something, I am critical of my own.
But when I talk, I don't pay that much attention to it...... in fact, I fracture grammar rules all the time on purpose.

Spring is here, it's beautiful outside. But let's sit on the computer and insult each other!

Pattistuff46 replies on 4/2/2019 10:01 am:
Can you imagine a foreigner trying to learn our language? How confused they must be.

Rentier2 74M
364 posts
4/2/2019 10:15 am

Here's mine:
Using 'criteria' as a singular noun.
Saying 'garnish' instead of 'garnishee' when grabbing someone's pay packet.
Not knowing the difference between 'infer' and 'imply'.

Pattistuff46 replies on 4/3/2019 6:58 am:
Cuz instead of Because..... To me Cuz is slang for cousin...

bijou649 69F
381 posts
4/3/2019 3:53 am

It puzzles me when I hear someone saying they did or said something 'unconsciously' instead of 'subconsciously'. When you're unconscious I don't think you're able to do or say anything.

Pattistuff46 replies on 4/3/2019 6:55 am:
That's a good one... Maybe they were unconscious!!! LOL