Like how people don't use as adverbs anymore (they would say "That went bad" instead of "That went badly") getting spellings wrong like "then" instead of "than" etc.
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Most Helpful Girl
I dislike people whose grammar is so bad that you can't understand what they are saying. Then and Than are two totally different words. If you use the wrong one then you just aren't bright enough to grasp the English language. That kind of thing pisses me off because I do not like illiteracy in first world countries, people who cannot be bothered to learn to read and write properly.
But I also dislike grammar Nazi's who would correct something like 'that went bad' to 'that went badly'. In that instance there really is no need, I don't mind for the sake of education - to correct someone so they are aware why it is wrong, but the ones who use it to show other people up during arguments and debates. There's no need for that shit and it just highlights how little of an argument you have if you have to pick on such trivial things.1
Most Helpful Guy
i don't care about SENTENCE STRUCTURE (wot's "g*****r"?)
seriously i don't understand y some people tend to go mad when someone says "wot" instead of "what"..."y" instead of "why"... or "u" instead of "you"
we r not in school... and if someone has at least basic knowledge in English can figure out wot i say... i just write like this for fun... if someone takes it so seriously... then wot can i say?0
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