posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 06:17 AM
I for one am glad of these homophone errors. It saves me reading paragraphs of rubbish because as soon as I see a than for a then, or a you're for a
your, I skip the entire post.
Simple. And I know I am not immune from occasionally making these mistakes. I do try to correct them and I do try not to make them, but we are human.
It's those who intentionally don't care.
If you're not willing to take the time to put, correctly, into words the thoughts that are in your head, then it's a fair call, in my humble
opinion, that you would have put the same lack of effort into formulating those thoughts in the first place.
I do admit, however, to having, a rather terrible time, with these, incessant, commas.
And I am struggling with my ellipses issues...