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This is a discussion on How do you feel about people that can't spell or that use bad grammar? within the ENTP Forum- The Visionaries forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by Scribbler Or not much of an understanding. Correct....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scribbler View Post
    Or not much of an understanding.
    Correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sighcantthinkofaname View Post
    Sometimes it bothers me, but I think this video makes a good point about it
    I agree completely.

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    wont notice it. the only thing which can annoy me is the use of incorrect translations, that convey different thing than intended. i also hat the different mindsets behind those languages, which i have to get to get it.

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    It's just high linguistic intelligence and I think most NTs do, we just have the feeling for it, you know. We are generally quick to learn new languages for some reason. In any case, small uncommon errors don't annoy me, because I make them too, especially in English, since it's not my native language, but your/you're type mistakes, misspells of everyday words, shorts and purposeful mistakes annoy me to the bone. I just twitch when I see one.
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    It can annoy me, but as long as I understand it, in fime with it.
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    I'd like to add the definitely/defiantly example. I recently saw one of my friends write "I am defiantly excited about the vacation!" instead of saying definitely excited on Facebook. I just pictured her ready to fight or challenge whatever crazy thing happened on her trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by star11 View Post
    I'd like to add the definitely/defiantly example. I recently saw one of my friends write "I am defiantly excited about the vacation!" instead of saying definitely excited on Facebook. I just pictured her ready to fight or challenge whatever crazy thing happened on her trip.
    I hate that one! I see it often on Facebook!

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    I'm definitely guilty of being part of the Grammar Gestapo, but I don't care as much if it's used informally. Formal contexts, however, are a different story.


     
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