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Yeah, I will probably get :angry: , but....

 

There is no such thing as "should of". The correct way is "should have" or "should've". Thank you for your support. :woot:

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You should of informed them in their post.

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I totally agree.  There teachers should of teach them better.  The standard of literacy is apaulling these days.

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Its a forum, who the hell cares.  I make a crap ton of mistakes but when I am writing something professional/for work...I make sure to do it right.

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LOL why do I even bother LOL

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Its a forum, who the hell cares.  I make a crap ton of mistakes but when I am writing something professional/for work...I make sure to do it right.

 

You did good, 9/10.

 

It's*

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Yeah, I will probably get :angry: , but....

 

There is no such thing as "should of". The correct way is "should have" or "should've". Thank you for your support. :woot:

 

I hear you, I see it every day online :)

 

The majority will prevail, even if it's wrong :(

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Its true, the gramar isnt as gooder as it used t' b.
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I hear you, I see it every day online :)

 

The majority will prevail, even if it's wrong :(

 

Sorry, even if they're wrong :D

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Your wrong, respect are country, moran.

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Its true, the grammar isnt as gooder as it used t' b.

You mocking me again for my worser grammar and spellings. :o

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I totally agree.  There teachers should of teach them better.  The standard of literacy is apaulling these days.

 

 

appalling

 

 

 

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I agree with the OP - writing could/should/would of is an atrocity and should be punished by forcing the guilty one to watch all warwagon videos in one sitting.
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I agree with the OP - writing could/should/would of is an atrocity and should be punished by forcing the guilty one to watch all warwagon videos in one sitting.

 

 

And all Andrea Borman videos too!

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You see the same thing on the phone... something like this:

 

u b home by 9p ...      r u go out tonite ?  

 

I have no complaint about it... but

 

if you are writing for work, you can be perfect... 

 

otherwise everywhere else such as phone, internet,   we don't care if we make mistake... you know better....  that we have keyboard on phone that screws the words up if you don't pay attention to it.

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I agree with the OP - writing could/should/would of is an atrocity and should be punished by forcing the guilty one to watch all warwagon videos in one sitting.


That's pretty harsh man :-|
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It's a forum, and people make mistakes. If the grammar nazis are going to take things like this serious, then they should also complain about people that use chat speak (eg. LOL) and emoticons, since both of those are unprofessional and/or grammatically incorrect.

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My grandmother used to scold us and use grammer against us as children.

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Some of you people must really hate me because I think I have used "should of" before, but then again I'm not the best at grammar or spelling. :)

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That's pretty harsh man :-|

Not harsh enough to be honest.

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Not harsh enough to be honest.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxchfX_dzk4

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A5l0ng az u cen un3rst5nD it,.' wH0 j1v3s a MoonkuYz.

I think most people of reasonable intelligence can figure out when its time to use it and when its not.

Hate to say, but internet forum is not one of those places!

Most people are not on here in a professional sense and thus have little or no real need to be as correct, as some folk would like, or can accept.

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Some of you people must really hate me because I think I have used "should of" before, but then again I'm not the best at grammar or spelling. :)


Should of is not even a grammatical error, just two unrelated words thrown together.

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Should of is not even a grammatical error, just two unrelated words thrown together.

"Should of" still makes sense to me and since people haven't corrected me, they must understand what I mean.

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"Should of" still makes sense to me and since people haven't corrected me, they must understand what I mean.

You mean must have understood, right? :p

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