Thursday, November 01, 2007

Writer's woes...

Oooooookaaaaaay. Most writers have their own individual pet peeves, but there are a few certain misspellings and errors that annoy EVERYONE. Here is a sentence that demonstrates a few of those certain errors.

"Their are two girls who enjoy taking they're mothers dog, who's collar is too tight, to the park with its owner whose always more tired than her children."

Rewrite it correctly. If you don't see anything wrong with it... a grammar book is in your near future.

12 comments:

Matt said...

"There are two girls who enjoy taking their mother's dog, whose collar is too tight, to the park with its owner who's always more tired then her children"

Well I tried my best, and yes you may go ahead and laugh. Fun sentance :D

Sam said...

Almost right... not quite, though. You "corrected" one thing that was right in the original.

Oh, and btw - it's "sentence".

Matt said...

lol, thank you for the correction :)
mmkay
well, would you like me to try again at it? :)

Anonymous said...

OOF. What is it with you, Sam? I can't just get on here and read, it has to be interactive. LOL.

Sam said...

Matt - if you want to try again, sure.

-

Well, where's the fun in having a blog that's intellectually passive?!

Matt said...

Mmkay I will soon again.Danke

And yeah, Sam's blogg page is so fun. It is active compared to mine :P

Anonymous said...

Ha, yeah I agree, Sam. It is fun. I really only go here to test my brain cells...which die if you sniff Sharpies, you know. They get rejuvenated if I keep answering your riddles. ;)

Matt said...

LOL okay someone that sniffs sharpies, dude randomly funny. :P

I wish I could figure out what I missed. It is challenging. But does make yah smarter.

As soon as I come up with an answer I will let yah know. Shoot. now I can't figure out what I missed :-s

Is it a punctuation mark?

Sam said...

Hahahaha... already told you, it isn't something you missed. It's something that you correct that didn't NEED to be corrected.

Rebecca said...

Okay, i don't go around intentionally sniffing sharpies. I'm not that weird...i think.

Matt said...

it's "than"

right?

dragonsvamp said...

hahaha i agree.