Buyers' Guide, obviously (says he pedantically).
I love the English Language, as you do also, Svetlana. And (starting a sentence with a conjunction) there are very few on HubPages who use & understand the language better than you.
Bad grammar & poor pronunciation are the bane of my life, I'd recoil in horror when I was teaching when woolly minded muesli eating, carpet knitting liberals who maintained that to correct a child's grammar & spelling in written work or to correct children's grammar in oral expression would be to "stop the flow".
There is a person who has written for HubPages who argued with me that there is absolutely no difference between its & it's; staunchly defended 'til as he believed it was an abbreviation of untill (Yes! Horrors). He could not; neither would he not believe that there were two words till & until.
I am sure that he would have signed off a letter with "Your's faithfully".
Or start a letter with "It give's me the gratest pleasure to..."
And "Greengrocers' Apostrophes"... Don't they make one wish that garrotting would be a too kind & brief way to end these persons' stay on earth?
And while we’re at it, how many writers on HubPages know that there is a difference between your & you’re?
One of my favourite radio presenters in the UK is James O’Brien. He has a three hours slot on LBC, 97.3 FM & what a stickler for correct pronunciation he is. I love listening to him because, even when he has a serious subject under discussion, if a caller uses the US pronunciations of “schedule” with the “ch” pronounced as a “k”, he will automatically correct them in passing & say the word with the UK pronunciation, as “shedule”. But of course this is not what you are referring to Svetlana; it is the proper use of grammar. “as she is spoke”.
And finally (starting my sentence with yet another conjunction) when I saw ‘The Time Traveler’s Wife’ (US spelling) I so wanted to jump up onto the little ledge below the cinema screen & reassure the audience gathered there, that no mistake had been made. I wanted to cry out, “The spelling is really ‘The Time Traveller’s Wife’ but it isn’t a mistake. The “United States English” has differences of spellings because it is frequently an older form of the English Language than ours in the UK, because much of their language arrived in the Americas with the Pilgrim Fathers, & is a truer form whereas ours, over here, is a developing language.”
But perhaps the cinema audience wouldn’t have been so disturbed as I.