I love this picture. No, it's not me. My hair is much longer.
Misspelled words make me crazy. I try to give grace and kindness to all mankind, but sometimes I just want things to be RIGHT, not WRITE, catch my drift? It's all I can do sometimes not to correct spelling on facebook.
That would get me a lot of friends, wouldn't you agree??
I like to put two or three "challenges" on the board each day for my students. The English language can be crazy and confusing sometimes, so we help each other figure it out. For example, what is the difference between principal and principle? One is your PAL!! At least, that's how I remember it....
Here's a little English goodness for you today, because I care.
They're / Their / There
They're = They + are (Example: They're never going to listen!)
Their = Possessive form of they (Example: I took their dog for a walk.)
There = place (Example: I sat there for hours.)
Your / You're
Your = showing possession (Example: Your feet stink.)
You're = You + are (Example: You're going to burn those shoes.)