How would you use the word oxymoron in a sentence that isn't this one?
Bugger that Fenders, I want proper EnglishMethinks, we should allow some latitude for the poor souls who rely on their spellcheckers to "spot" correctly spelt words that may have been misplaced in their prose. Their/they're, affect/effect, lose/loose, breaks/brakes, etc. are classic examples of words innocently mixed as one types.
I try not to get irrigated by such things, myself, since human beans are nit prefect and cant awl be good at righting.
I'm not going to learn unless you specifically point out the errors. Rather than hanging my head, I am scratching it in bemusement.My dear chap, if that's the only error you spotted then you need to pay more attention, Ninja and Jos should hang their heads too.
Or should I say hang they're head's to.
I'm going to blame a couple of those on my iPad, but I'm not going to be able to excuse myself all of them. Cheers.Apostrophe missing in don't.
Incorrect colon usage (ooer!).
Apostrophe missing in we're.
Incorrect spelling of too.
Sorry buddy. I've been trying to stop myself from doing this for weeks but I can't contain myself any longer.they both went out on softs for a 9 lap run,why would they be on different fuel levels?
also buttons first fllying lap was 1.40.9,hamiltons was 1.41.then after that lewis was quicker.plus his lap times didnt drop as quick as buttons.also when you look at their quickest laps,lewis is about .5 second quicker.add that to the fact button was complaining about lack of grip again like in china.......
So sorry, but I do feel a lot better now.They both went out on softs for a 9 lap run so why would they be on different fuel levels? Also Button's first flying lap was 1:40.9, Hamilton's was 1:41. Then after that Lewis was quicker. Plus his lap times didn't drop as quickly as Button's. Also, when you look at their quickest laps, Lewis is about 0.5 seconds quicker. Add to that the fact that Button was complaining about lack of grip again like in china...