I hate that one! I see it often on Facebook!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.
"That" can be used in place of the word "who". It's a neutral word that can replace objects or people. That's what I learned in 11th grade grammar anyways.Do you mean, "How do you feel about people who can't spell, or who use poor grammar?"
It is something to which I can turn a blind eye (but not "turn a blind eye to").
Hey, we're all human. Live and let live. Everyone has their own way of expressing themself. (Or should that be, "Everyone has his or her own way of expressing his or her self"? Or even "themselves"?)
Both can be used as verbs and nouns actually.affect = verb
effect = noun
The idiot's terrible grammar affected my temper.
The intelligent person used grammar correctly to great effect.
i won't date them. it doesn't annoy me, but I do question the writer's intelligence.I find I am a grammar/spelling snob/nazi. Whenever I read things terribly misspelled or phrases with poor grammar like double negatives etc. I find I get annoyed. Is this an ENTP trait? I usually don't obsess over details, but this is one thing I find that I can't turn a blind eye to.:frustrating: