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Learn the difference

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This is just a general plea to learn the difference between common words.

Two that I see very often on the huddle:

Dominate used instead of dominant

Core used instead of corps

I know it's lame to be a grammar nazi, that's why I'm making this thread instead of pointing it out whenever somebody does it. Feel free to add ones that annoy you.

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Only loosers care alot about other peoples grammars 

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When people can't seem to figure out the difference between "have" and "of" probably annoys me the most.

 

"We should of fired Rivera last year."

 

Oh really? Should we of? I don't think we should of. I mean, you of to of a coach, and Ron's as good as anyone else available.

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I could care less. I won't, however, care any less right now, because I care a great deal.

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Whot is dis inglish gremmer u spik of?

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Some of it is autocorrect... some of it.

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i don't give one fug unless it is incomprehensible. i was a history major in college. so im in the habit of just writing as fast as possible then editing afterwards.

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Definately!!

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Some of it is autocorrect... some of it.

I can't tell you how many times I've mentioned Can Newton on Twitter

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i don't give one fug unless it is incomprehensible. i was a history major in college. so im in the habit of just writing as fast as possible then editing afterwards.

 

same here

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The only grammar mistake that bothers me is the incorrect use of the reflexive. I think it is because some people are not only certain that they are right but also think it is a more formal way to speak.

 

"Myself and John are heading down to the game"

 

 

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It's not supposably. It's supposedly.

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