No! I'm Spamacus!
17th June 2003
I was going through all my floppy disks in order to seperate out the unused ones when I found a collection of school disks from ten years ago. It was fascinating to see and remember the schoolwork we did in class that we needed to either save or transport home. Well, one of my favorite finds was a letter composed to the state rep, asking for funds to send me on a trip to Antarctica for a science project. While my arguments were pretty bad, at least I had everything spelled correctly. It's really sad to see how many college students still don't know the difference between there and their, or two, too, and to...
i have trouble with my theirs and there's and were and wheres
I hate it when people can't get your and you're straight >_>.
Jeff is a mean boss
28th July 2002
Hey your wrong!!! Take you're attitude and get outta hear!!!!
As a qualified A-Level English Literature student, I'm horrified by some of the grammar I see.
It is just crap.
Ha. Floppy disks.
I have friends who are terrible writers online yet somehow manage top grades in "real life" English classes. I know it shouldn't matter, but if you practice something enough it's bound to become a habit.
As a semi-qualified A-Level English Literature student, I second Dave's statement.
Yep, I'm apalled by some of the colloquialisms as well.
yes... what weiner said