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# 239496 20-Jul-2018 18:11
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Its shocking! Funny also. My favourite is defiantly, meaning definitely. 

 

Be fun to catch out defaulters! (Not of the monthly bill kind)

 

Fun, not nasty.

 

Maybe MF can have a counter for those nabbed?

 

 


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  # 2060110 21-Jul-2018 18:42
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Shouldn't that be it's?

 

Now, who's keeping score?


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  # 2060125 21-Jul-2018 19:16
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People using apostrophes as they please.





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  # 2060127 21-Jul-2018 19:17
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Maybe we should have a pronunciation week too?





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  # 2060131 21-Jul-2018 19:25
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Batman:

 

Maybe we should have a pronunciation week too?

 

I can't say aluminum or most Maori words so I fail and am banished from this contest before it even started.





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  # 2060141 21-Jul-2018 20:03
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Batman:

 

Maybe we should have a pronunciation week too?

 

 

Maybe schoow's should teach it. That's somethink to think about maybe.

 

 


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  # 2060142 21-Jul-2018 20:06
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I think we should have a grammer\punctuation weak.

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  # 2060149 21-Jul-2018 20:31
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1eStar: I think we should have a grammer\punctuation weak.

 

 

 

I sea what you did their. 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2060151 21-Jul-2018 20:39
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I'd approvfe of this'




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  # 2060152 21-Jul-2018 20:41
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ok, ok, lol

 

I was thinking more of actual posts. Like the Stuff thread. See what I did there?


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  # 2060153 21-Jul-2018 20:45
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If your serious about it, I’m defiantly keen!



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  # 2060155 21-Jul-2018 20:49
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Benjip: If your serious about it, I’m defiantly keen!

 

That's my favourite one, I see that a lot here. 


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  # 2060164 21-Jul-2018 21:48
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Honestly, it seems like online posters are pretty rebellious folk. So much defiance!

 

michaelmurfy:

 

I can't say aluminum or most Maori words so I fail and am banished from this contest before it even started.

 

 

That's ok, you got kicked out by the spelling week, as that's not how you spell aluminium ;)

 

And where's your macron?


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How about this for starters? Literacy has really gone downhill at RNZ the past few days or so. Suddenly I am seeing a lot of this kind of thing. I think they hired someone new:

 

 

 

'Dr James Quach said that once developed, the battery could be charged in less than a second.

 

"So for example your mobile phone at the moment will take, I don't know, thirty minutes or an hour to charge with the quantum battery and if we are successful it would have instantons charging so it would revolutionise the energy storage industry," he said.'

 

 

 

That is incoherent in at least  two different ways.

 

 

 

 





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  # 2060174 21-Jul-2018 22:09
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Grammar. It's the difference between knowing your sh*t and knowing you're sh*t....






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  # 2060175 21-Jul-2018 22:14
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Geektastic:

 

Grammar. It's the difference between knowing your sh*t and knowing you're sh*t....

 

 

No. 





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