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Keegan Korf ✌🏻 8h
7 types of words you need to stop capitalizing (totally guilty of some of these!)
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Stef Bristow 🙋🏼‍♀️ 9h
say you need to use a who understands the use of apostrophes in written English!
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Mark Baden Aug 22
I just had a woman call me to tell me "comfortably" is not a word. She was really upset when I told her it was. Like, really upset. And slammed the phone down.
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Julie Gorman 19m
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VM 13h
Replying to @WhtRvn85
"The Man" is a powerful anthem and a damn good song, but I cringe each time Taylor sings "if I was a man" in the chorus because the correct form should be if I *were* a man.
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Grammar Police Aug 19
One of the most common errors I see on Twitter is the phrase “If I was you.” Anytime you use this phrase to express a wish for something that isn’t true, the verb MUST be in the subjective form. Therefore, it is better to say, “If I were you.”
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GrammarBot 10h
Learn your grammar, fish!
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GrammarBot 4h
It's, "You're a clown," not, "your a clown!"
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Kristan Higgins Aug 16
Grammar mistake: "I'm the kind of person that-" No, dear. You're the kind of person WHO. What are your pet peeves, grammatically speaking?
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Yulia Tsybysheva 7h
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Kelita Bignall Aug 23
Twitter really does show how bad some English people are at spelling English words 🤷🏿‍♀️. Most of the time it’s not even an error that autocorrect would touch with a barge pole.
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Mind is no mutter. Mutter is ...well, never paneer 12h
Replying to @KapilSibal
"...its leaders" not "...it's leaders" it's = it is or it has its = of a thing, of it; possessive form of "it"
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SP 22h
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Karen_Nfld 21h
I think The Rocket bakery means cooperation.
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havyck 5h
Replying to @Jordan_Sather_
Leaked documents obtained by whom? If you're going to use "ipso facto" and attempt to sound intelligent at least demonstrate it by getting the grammar correct. Whom should be used to refer to the object of a verb or preposition.
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James Tehrani Aug 22
I don't mean to be the here, but writers, it's time you abandoned your practice of adding two spaces after a period . It's not necessary, and it's better to go with one.
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GrammarBot Aug 23
All cooks need to know grammar!
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GrammarBot Aug 22
It's, "That cell is too extraterrestrial," not, "that bot is to purple!"
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Jessica Strong (Clayton) Aug 22
Definitely = without a doubt “You should definitely do that!” Defiantly (complete Opposite of above) = disobedience; showing resistance “She defiantly refused to do that” 🙄😫
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LORNETTE 9h
confused by the use of ‘your’ here... is my five year old missing something??
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