Okay, I come from a family where grammar is SOOOOOO important. Especially to my sweet dad. So, when I saw this yesterday I said to myself "self" "you're blogging about this tomorrow".
It was in the Huffington Post. Or is it "on"? oh well......
Anyway, grammar, spelling, and anything having to do with English, is a big deal in my family.
Well, it is to me at least.
Pardon me if I get something incorrect, I promise it is always a typo :)
Okay the "misuse" of "lie" and "lay" is my father's biggest irritant
You "lie" down. You "lay" something down.
Most of these are spelling errors not grammar errors.
And, I was SO surprised that they didn't use the improper way of saying this: "Me and Kendall went to dinner last night" (my biggest irritant). Kids these days improperly use this all the time! It should be "Kendall and I went to dinner last night." errrrggg.
They also didn't use an example of ending a sentence with a preposition. Such as:
"Where are you going to"? Instead it should be "Where are you going"
I take no responsibility with typos in this English lesson.....
and why am I even writing about this?
I type like I talk, so if I use something incorrectly, please know I just don't know no better.
Are you an English fanatic???
Have a great day y'all!