Oh noooo!!!! I almost forgot Friday Follies!! I thought tomorrow was Friday! Ay yi yi! That’s what a little travel does for the Grammar Cop, I guess! (Just back a few days from NY!) But she has a few doozies for you, yes she does!
Hi again, Friday Follies followers! As promised, here is Part Two featuring Perplexing Pairs of words. Can you figure out when to use which?
Welcome back to another edition of Friday Follies! Especially for you, the Grammar Cop has prepared a puzzle of perplexing pairs…of words. (Sorry there is no synonym for “word” that starts with a P. 😀 ) See if you can differentiate these.
The Grammar Cop’s word of the day is: egregious. It means blatantly offensive, which is how she would describe today’s mistakes.
The Grammar Cop has had it up to here, FF fans! There are just so many mistakes she sees, over and over again. Not that she expects magic to happen by pointing them out, but just maybe there will be one less boo-boo offending the eyes of people who happen to love and respect the English language, and – oh, sorry, I could rant all day. 😀 Anyway, here are just a few of these common offences (Canadian/British spelling, thank you).
Greetings Friday Folliers! Welcome to another installment of language blunders. The Grammar Cop’s finds this week would each rate at least an Honorable Mention in the FF Hall of Shame.
TGIF, right FF readers? The Grammar Cop is very glad to see the end of a week that spawned these writing glitches!