Sounds more like basic grammar.
I don't make typing errors alot, your just overreacting, its easy enough to figure out what most people mean, there just gonna keep doing it anyways, their is that good enough for you?
You do know there are people with english not being their moher language like me right?
I don't make typing errors alot, your just overreacting, its easy enough to figure out what most people mean, there just gonna keep doing it anyways. Their is that to you're point?
A lot - two words. It is a phrase.
Their - This is simple. It's what happens when people are referred to. An example: "Their house is over here"
There - Indicates where/what something is. As in "that thing is over there."
They're - They are. As in "they are going somewhere"
It's - It is. As in "it's great you're here"
Its - Possessive. As in "The dog took its bone"
You're - You are. as in "You're looking great"
Your - Possessive. As in "Your house is over there"
A LOT IS A PHRASE.
Why do people have to rain on THA parade?
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Have you seen or read the crap on this forum? Apparently there are plenty of people who do not know how to employ basic grammar.
Man.... I fixed a typo
And the price of jimbo is too damn high!!
Edit: also sell and cell have totally different meanings. I thought this topic was going to bring that one up!
Some of my recent favorites have been:
Calling Native Americans Indians, last time I checked I was of Native American blood, not from India.
There are more but can't recall. Yes, even I on my tablet make typos but I do know their, there, they're, our, are, a lot, alot, etc. I don't find it offensive, I find it part of the gotta text while at dinner, while driving, me me me mentality anymore. Everyone looks out for themselves. Why bother to better yorself or try to come across as intelligent.
I do, most of the mistakes are english speaking people. I have seen many of your post and you speak english better than many.
/ can't believe I'm the first to say that.
(I spent $40 to have that proofed)
I'm sorry the gay man in me doesn't know that but I can belt out Donna Summer's McAurther Park and how someone left the cake out in the rsin,