I really wish people would use proper punctuation and grammar. One of my friends said on Twitter the other day, "Kayla's not breathing great" and I didn't know if she meant if she wasn't breathing well or if she wasn't breathing at all; great. I mean, they're both worrisome situations, but the ladder is scarier than the former.
Also, here are some tips on a few common mistakes that have got me seathing:
they're, there, and their
Okay, "They're" is "they are." Look, they look the same, that one should be easy. "There" is related to location, it has the word "here" inside it, also a word related to location. "Their" is possesive.
our and are
First, if you're actually saying them correctly, they sound totally different.
I HAVE TO GO!! argh. /: This continues tomorrow.