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I've noticed native English speakers make these mistakes more often than us Belgians (English is the third language here, after Dutch and French).

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I've noticed native English speakers make these mistakes more often than us Belgians (English is the third language here, after Dutch and French).

Sadly, I would hazard to say it's mostly among some Americans, who are slowly but surely forgetting how to spell every word in the English language.

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I've noticed native English speakers make these mistakes more often than us Belgians (English is the third language here, after Dutch and French).

You usually learn more grammar when learning a foreign language than you do when learning your own native language.

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Its not a problem, your just being picky.

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Its not a problem, you're just being picky.

Fixed that for you. :p

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Fixed that for you. :p

Fixed your mistake for you. :)

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Fixed that for you. :p

Theirs another one you could of fixed, but have'nt.

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Fixed that for you. :p

So... you have a problem with his use of "your", but not his use of "its"?

You only fixed 50% of the grammar issues in that very short sentence :p

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Heil Grammatik!

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From my observation, "could of" "would of" "should of" are typically used by Brits, while "its" and "your" are used by Americans.

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Its not a problem, your just being picky.

It's not a problem that people should be able to speak or write their own language? I'm fine with non-English speakers that can't do this, but English speakers should know. Just saw a post today that had NO punctuation either, and it was about 5 sentences long. Ridiculous.

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I couldn't care less :rofl:

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While I do prefer people to speak English properly, I live in Manchester.

... :/

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While I do prefer people to speak English properly, I live in Manchester.

... :/

LOL. I'm surprised that you guys can understand each other sometimes.

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Kuda . Hukt on foniks wurks fer mi.

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LOL. I'm surprised that you guys can understand each other sometimes.

Some people are difficult to understand, but some accents.... some accents just make me laugh. I can't help it, they just sound odd.

Like people from Birmingham. They (no offence to them) generally sound like they're lost in thought.

My accent is not really a proper Manchester one. it's more of a general British. xD It's hard to explain. But I definitely don't speak much slang. Innit.

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while we are on this, let's fix Australian English also... we can't have the last letter of the Alphabet being "Zed"

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The last letter of the alphabet is zed... ;)

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The last letter of the alphabet is zed... ;)

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Were is my popcorn when i need it?

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while we are on this, let's fix Australian English also... we can't have the last letter of the Alphabet being "Zed"

That's not Australian. It's just proper English.

Also, I think less and fewer should be added to this list as people rarely use them properly.

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You're is my popcorn when i need it?

Fixed that for you... derp.

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You could of been a lot nicer then to post this mean picture. Some people just have a hard time with grammar there trying I promise but your discouraging them from learning by having such a negative affect. Its hard to learn English and all of it's strange rules.

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