The Worst Grammar And Spelling Fails Caught By The Grammar Police.

Language fanatics like you and I pay incredible attention to our grammar and punctuation and we expect everyone should do the same. Alas, there are people out there who just hate what we love; grammar and punctuation, and go about mindless of language, throwing grave mistakes here and there. And that’s why we have the grammar police. They go on patrols all over the internet and hunt down people who make spelling and grammar mistakes. Below are some of the mistakes they caught.


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5 thoughts on “The Worst Grammar And Spelling Fails Caught By The Grammar Police.”

  1. I’m always amazed at how bad North Americans are at using their native language in writing (especially with a fricking dictionary in your phone!).
    Like using the correct preposition/conjunction (“than”) instead of an adverb (“then”), for instance.
    I can distinguish the difference…and English is not even my native language.

  2. The one that really irritates me is when people use the conditional or simple past where they should use the pluperfect subjunctive. For example, they’ll say “I wish I knew that yesterday” or “I wish I would’ve known that yesterday” when it should be “I wish I had known that yesterday”.

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