Thread of grammatical shame

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Hi, everyone.

I like to think I have good grammar, but it's not perfect.

If anyone ever sees a spelling error/grammatical error/punctuational error/inaccuracy in any of my pages/posts, please report on this thread exactly what I did wrong. And, if I was correcting someone else when I made the mistake, feel free to rub it in.  :)

Sheldor16:18, 19 March 2013

Your user page has omitted commas in the sentence: "If anyone has codesize issues[,] please post your code on the wiki[,] and I will try to help." Also, you should generally avoid ending sentences with a preposition.

AW (talk)02:26, 12 December 2013

Revenge >:-)

AW (talk)02:28, 12 December 2013

Well deserved.  :)

Sheldor (talk)02:47, 12 December 2013
 

Heh, just don't look at my posts or pages. You'll find mountains of problems. It seems that the better my programming skills get, the worse my English skills become. I leave out words, misspell common words (by accident), and make all kinds of grammatical mistakes.

Usually this could be fixed by reading before I post, but I often forget to do so.

Chase02:40, 12 December 2013
 

"Also, you should generally avoid ending sentences with a preposition."

"This is the kind of tedious nonsense up with which I will not put!" -- Winston Churchill

Sheldor (talk)02:51, 12 December 2013
 
 
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