Grammar: A 100 Word Rant

By: Stefanie Baptista

Campus Life Editor

Please, for the love of God, learn the difference between there, their, and they’re. You’re in college; you’re not over THERE at the elementary school with the children who are learning how to incorporate the three different words into THEIR own vocabulary. THEY’RE also learning the difference between your and you’re. They are, so you are too, right? Yes, typos exist, but so do spell check, dictionaries, and human beings with eyes that can proofread. If you find yourself stuck, ask, “am I talking about a location? Something in someone’s possession? Or, am I saying they are?’” Know the difference.

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