Posted on November 13, 2015
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I like this Jo with only number 7 ever causing me issues. I must say I have never heard or seen anyone use the ‘word’ Irregardless before.
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It’s a good one isn’t it? I have seen that one, but not often. I much prefer good old fashioned typos to these ones though. 🙂
I agree about the typos. I kown jstu what yuo maen.
LOL! Those little buggers are insiduou888s. 😀
As far as not hearing anyone use “irregardless”, then you must not live in Boston. People use it all the time! It drives me crazy!
I give my students an exercise like this. It is amazing how many mistakes they make, but how interested they are in the correct answers. Of course, understanding the roots of words helps.
You it on the nail. Most of us have trouble distiguishing.
As a psychiatrist I was always amazed at the amount of people who would get effect and affect (also referring to mood) wrong.
A great list! I’m proud that I got them all! 🙂
“He was hanged by the neck” doesn’t sound right to my ear. Uh oh. Probably been doing that one wrong. 🙂
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