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Have or Get? 21 Nancy66 03/04/08 13:07
Enquiry and inquiry, dispatch and despatch 5 branflake81 03/04/08 10:55
sorry, sorry, sorry.... but it's bugging me. If something is baggy it is LOOSE. When you have mislaid something, the word is LOSE. 22 squonk 02/04/08 20:12
Reeling in horror - teacher has put a MUST OF in DS's reading record book 101 fembear 02/04/08 09:08
Help - is it audience's or audiences'??? 18 Monkeytrousers 01/04/08 22:42
somebody tell me why this is WRONG? 18 captainmummy 01/04/08 19:03
'anti-leek device' 2 AMumInScotland 01/04/08 16:28
Series is or are - help me be right 5 imaginewittynamehere 01/04/08 16:01
Does ANYONE in the 21st century, apart rom my mother, still do this? 75 MsHighwater 31/03/08 23:35
Myself/Yourself/Ours elves 11 WendyWeber 31/03/08 22:21
"Pound" is not a word like "sheep". It takes an S in the plural! 36 PeggySioux 31/03/08 19:36
I'm stumped again, please help asap 7 jessia 31/03/08 12:40
And this morning's rant shall include: 2 littlelapin 31/03/08 09:48
how do you pronounce Elijah? 12 Mumcentreplus 31/03/08 02:20
Decimate: my 10%'s worth. 9 gigglewitch 31/03/08 00:15
UNCOORDINATED ... what a peculiar word. I always want to hyphenate it but know that I shouldn't... 10 gigglewitch 30/03/08 21:33
Shoud I be proud or mortified? 4 Flight 29/03/08 21:21
Can I just point out that if you have purchased something, you have BOUGHT it 27 twentypence 29/03/08 05:16
I learnt it... 5 pruners 29/03/08 00:14
Using "of" instead of "have"! 7 wishfort 28/03/08 23:20
No it's not... 7 fingerwoman 28/03/08 22:10
Plural of acronym 4 IorekByrnison 28/03/08 14:57
eek! spelling mistake on the home page! Cesearean section? I don't THINK so.... 3 VeniVidiVickiQV 28/03/08 12:31
A friend of Susan's 11 berolina 28/03/08 10:42
Full stops after abbreviations 9 tortoiseSHELL 28/03/08 08:49
Doubting Thomas - what's the possessive? 16 prussell 27/03/08 20:00
in nthe topics list shouldnt the topics like Pedants' corner have both capitals as they are titles 2 RosaIsRed 27/03/08 11:41
Teehee - can anyone translate this for us? 12 Hallgerda 27/03/08 11:35
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear... 6 jura 26/03/08 23:17
None is/are 11 VeniVidiVickiQV 26/03/08 23:03
Yours faithfully? Yours truly? Something else? 12 mummynumber2 26/03/08 19:33
P's and Q's or Ps and Qs and why? 18 FarCanal 26/03/08 10:05
WHAT IS DIFFERENT WIHT A FAMILY OF 3 to a family of 4? 46 Oliveoil 25/03/08 20:49
Is this correct?? 6 Aeroglisseur… 25/03/08 13:47
If Zoe Williams is reading this... 51 Tamum 24/03/08 12:14
And another thing that has been winding me up lately... 3 edam 24/03/08 11:36
Apostrophe confusion - please help me pedants! 19 RoxyNotFoxy 24/03/08 11:19
feisty 141 Threadworm 24/03/08 09:23
On ITV1 now - 2001 George Clooney movie "Oceans Eleven" [sic] 3 UnquietDad 23/03/08 23:51
Anal about 'anal' 16 GentleOtter 23/03/08 23:21
None or non, as in Non-Billing item? 8 Janni 23/03/08 23:13
These ones... 53 Katisha 23/03/08 12:05
Letter from NHS trust.... 3 ILikeToMoveItMoveIt 22/03/08 21:02
Calling all pedants, you're gonna love this one 8 CocoDeBearis… 22/03/08 17:08
in Waterstone's young readers section today... 21 UnderRated 22/03/08 15:07
DP had a go at me the other day for being a pedant... 6 oops 21/03/08 23:18
Ack ack ack! 150% 15 LarryVeest 21/03/08 22:33
Where did the phrase "end of" originate? 16 hecate 21/03/08 18:01
My daughter's pre-school have used 'there' instead of 'their' on their website. 5 Beetroot 21/03/08 15:53
This section used to be amusing, now it's at risk of disappearing up its own arse. 17 Threadworm 21/03/08 10:15
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