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Photo Friday: Your Slip is Showing

I borrowed this title from a favorite column in Readers’s Digest. For some reason, those grammatical and spelling slips that made sentences mean something new, just make me laugh out loud.

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    • Adela Adela

      It’s an “outerage”!

    • Adela Adela

      It’s an “outerage!”

    • Adela Adela

      HaHa. You should see the grammar error my son caught on the side of a school bus. Oh no! Yes, he did!

  1. The alarming this is they’re everywhere! Written pieces from CNN, even verbal comments on radio and TV. I’m horrified. Brenda

    • Adela Adela

      Perhaps the writer has something other than American English as his first language. For example: utter -> utterance, not uttrance; maybe he thought enter should convert to a noun in the same way.

      I’m trying to cut some slack, here.

    • Adela Adela

      Perhaps the writer has something other than American English as his first language. For example: utter -> utterance, not uttrance; maybe he thought enter should convert to a noun in the same way.

      I’m trying to cut some slack, here. By the way, what a lovely website you have at 1010parkplace.com. Stunning.

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