Top Ten Worst Grammar Mistakes
The Top Ten
These are undeniably one of the worst grammar mistakes to make
We don't need no education.
This is a very common one. At least I don't make no mistakes
I ain't got no time for nobody
Yeah, people say there favorite song is Heaven In Hiding but their just using bad grammar.
Did you just ironically say "there" and "their" when it's supposed to be "their" and "they're"? Clever.
I did this while texting before, and I felt embarrassed.
Yeah, I see a lot of people who misuse these words.
People should know how to spell.
Yeah who forgets commas I never do
Only the extremely obvious misuse of commas bothers me
Heaven In Hiding is a really well song!
Doing well to rid injustice
It doesn’t bug me as much as some grammatical errors do, but still, it’s not proper.
I sometimes have to restrain myself from correcting this every time.
When people say this, than I want to correct there grammar.
People can be so dumb sometimes...
Better then comma misuse
I can't read writing that has mistakes like this several times. If it was only one error, it could've been autocorrect
I hate it when people do this.
I hate this two!
Ughh... my teacher says them ones. I correct her so often my friends call me 'grammar police.' also, once we were ripping up the times newspaper and I found a grammar mistake. I circled it with a red marker and handed it to my teacher. if it weren't for the circle she wouldn't have even spotted it. also once I sent a letter to my newspaper people because I found a mistake. That was a year ago I haven't heard back. I guess they were embarrassed to be proven wrong by a kid!
This makes me cringe. I mean, seriously. It’s so annoying!
There is much things wrong with saying this.
I've seen this so much times
I really, do hate this? People still. Do this going into, high school it's so annoying! It quite literally looks. Like this comment, but with smaller words:
Yeah? Bad punctuation. Is so annoying&
My biggest grammar pet-peeve.
This, message is,beating a dead horse@
If your misusing these words, you're grammar is not correct.
Yeah, you're grammar is very bad if you do this.
Your an idiot, the end.
People do this all the time.
Me and Halsey have the same favorite song.
I hate it when people are like me, and mom... I'm like: GUYS IT'S MOM, AND I, NOT ME, AND MOM!
I've ain't never used this.
That was actually quite painful to type. I think that I just lost a few brain cells.
I knew it by reading a book since 4th grade these people wronged me...- Kevinsidis
I use it still to be honest
We aren't slang! Come on!
This one is less annoying because it isn't known as well, but it's still annoying nonetheless.
Not as bad as some grammar mistakes, but still, it’s annoying.
I always thought affect wasn’t a word.
Thanks, AP Language class.
It’s not even a word.
I don’t know the difference.
"Who's" is a contraction of the words "who" and "is" while "whose" is a possessive form of "who".
Who’s always means “who is”. That’s how I tell when to use who’s or whose. I just remember that.
Elitists be like "spot the difference? "
Oh my Jedi god! - Kevinsidis
Yeah... there’s a big difference...
I would of added this but someone did it already.
I don't use "would of". I think.
You need to breath or you will die.
It's so annoying!
Again, thanks AP Language class.
Yeah. “It’s” means “it is”. “Its” means “belonging to it”. People should know that stuff!
Whom is stealing my victory royale?
Yeah, it’s a common mistake.
I see this a lot in my school unfortunately
Yeah, their are so many way’s people have bad grammar.
There seems to be much confusion regarding these words. I often notice where and were are not used correctly.
I often hear people say "I seen" or We seen" without using the helper word "have." "I saw..." or "I have seen..." are the only correct versions.
Yeah, I seen people do this. It annoys me a bit.
"I be" and "We be" are NEVER correct.
The use of these pronouns are often misused to be at the beginning of sentences as the noun doing the action: me, him/her, they, them, me and him/her, him/her and me; these words belong after the verb if they are the subject of the action. These pronouns should be used instead prior to an action verb: I, he, she, we, you, they, it. To show possession prior to an action verb, these words should be used: my, his/her, their and your.