There is the ubiquitous "theres" vs. theirs," but it also irks me when people say "I could care less" when they really mean they COULDN'T care less about something.
your vs. You're ugh
"Sooner, rather than later" drives me nuts.
Loose instead of lose...
I hate that too!! good one!
"A long road to hoe" Arrrrgh!
Affect and Effect!
blargh I hate that too! Good one! lolI see it all the time!
quite - quiet When people drop the last letters of words while speaking and say 'fer' instead of 'for', 'somethin' instead of something. If you listen closely, you'll find many people drop letters.
yup, quite and quiet I see that all the time and it drives me nuts too!
To and Too is often used incorrectly too!
It's used incorrectly to much, as far as I'm concerned!
The misuse of the apostrophe is my biggest pet peeve (ie. "I have six cat's). A friend who grades HS essays has seen "right from the gecko" more than once (instead of "right from the get-go").
hahahaha "right from the gecko" love it.
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by statusq125 years ago
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by Susan Keeping6 years ago
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