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  • Nichole Sontag

    good grammar lesson. My biggest pet peeves are when people misspell these words. And when they use "are" when they should use "our".

  • Rachael Kauffman

    Some Spelling Lessons by The Oatmeal | Funri. More confusing words. I am the worst speller - the kids are on notice to spell check for me and I reward them when they catch me. Sometimes I do it on purpose to see if anyone is paying attention. im a grammar nazi and i cant spell definatly

  • Lesley Schoch

    Words We Need to Stop Misspelling by The Oatmeal. I have to admit this entails some of my biggest pet peeves. I try not to care... but OH I DO. :-)

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