What Would You Of Done?

In England, particularly, the word have is often pronounced to sound like of, as in, "What would you of done?" or “I could of done something about it”. This is also how people will write it! Actually, in that very English of ways, what people are really saying is, “I could ‘av done … Continue reading

They’re There Their

This is one you often see written incorrectly (usually it's there and their that are confused). All three words sound just the same - a homophone. However, each one has a very distinct meaning. When in doubt consult your dictionary or style book. A good proofreader will pick up mistakes such … Continue reading