spellingSubmitted by Kelly James on Sat, 05/05/2012 - 20:28
If you post comments full of spelling errors, folks will dismiss your ideas. Here's a quick refresher on some common mistakes.
"Your" is possessive.
"You're" = you are
Example: Dr. Paul, your ideas rock. You're my choice for president.
"It's" = It is
"Its" = Possessive.
A good trick to remember this one is to remember that "his" and "hers" don't have apostrophes. Neither does possessive "its"
Example: If the RNC keeps breaking its own rules, it's going to make me sick.
"There" = over there
"Their" = possessive
"They're" = They are
Example: They're holding their caucus over there.
"A lot" is two words.
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