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I really can't stand.... 39 Threadlouse 31/01/08 22:39
Incorrect grammar at school 3 gracemargaret 31/01/08 20:24
"Auntie" or "Aunty" which is 'nicer'? 40 nappyaddict 31/01/08 09:37
BAD Cbeebies Gormless Andy 7 Tippychick 31/01/08 09:14
sobs 12 Wisteria 30/01/08 19:53
The decline of standards in the pluperfect conditional 29 JaneHH 30/01/08 14:17
AIBU at being quite so wound up 6 quickdrawmcgraw 30/01/08 11:20
Pedant's Joke Book 12 maltatheterrible 29/01/08 13:39
My son is a little pedant [proud] 9 onebatmother 28/01/08 13:53
Apostrophe Catastrophe 1 SoupDragon 28/01/08 11:42
HELP: Supper, dinner, tea dilemma 21 VoluptuaGoodshag 27/01/08 22:03
How do you pronounce Gio Goi? 10 MagicDragon4 26/01/08 18:20
I'm having an 'its' problem - Please clarify it for me? 21 ravenAK 25/01/08 22:09
Where do I put the apostrophe.... 12 LyraSilvertongue 24/01/08 20:27
ooh oooh OOOOH i just though of another one -- and i don't think it has been discussed here before -- "is Jack there AT ALL?" 6 Wallace 24/01/08 20:24
Why is everyone taking Umbridge on MN? Is it a full moon? 13 VVVQV 23/01/08 21:00
hi can any of you help me improve my english? 26 Karen999 23/01/08 14:33
Come on braniacs, help me out 25 Monkeytrousers 22/01/08 19:42
I before E except after C 3 Ubergeekian 21/01/08 23:08
Proper nouns deserve capital letters! 4 edam 21/01/08 22:01
I have just telephoned a shop for the sole purpose of - 66 onebatmother 21/01/08 13:05
Difference between bought and brought please? 6 RGPargy 20/01/08 18:08
please help a non pendant 14 Bink 20/01/08 17:55
any willing pedants.... 4 3andnomore 20/01/08 09:05
Obliviousness!!!!! 25 varicoseveined 19/01/08 21:50
Just enjoyed some wine which, according to its label, "goes well with fish or anything chickeny" 13 whomovedmychocolate 19/01/08 21:44
Thread killer 12 LadyCellophane 19/01/08 20:52
The perfect pet for a pedant 3 LadyCellophane 19/01/08 20:50
I'm doing coursework - I need help it's not 'acting as' because I want them to 'be' it - what word do I need? 7 KatyMac 19/01/08 11:28
'I'm having a toilet' 19 motherhurdicure 18/01/08 19:54
How's this for unnecessary clarification? 3 Eliza2 18/01/08 13:58
for crimes against the apostrophe, i hereby nominate... AUSSIE SHAMPOO 17 Eliza2 17/01/08 20:59
Now a blooper on MN Homepage: 14 LadyCellophane 17/01/08 20:23
Can someone explain the definition of "post modern" to me? 75 onebatmother 17/01/08 17:07
Always wanted to know this.... what does [sic] stand for??? 12 poppyknot 17/01/08 14:16
Are you the *Funnest* person on Facebook? 10 Walnutshell 17/01/08 13:18
The antipedants strike back. 20 MissSpellt 16/01/08 21:26
Editorial workers sign in here (even though editors aren't pedants) 69 Eliza2 16/01/08 12:40
It is norovirus. NORO. Not 'novo'. 22 RoxyNotFoxy 14/01/08 15:53
Question "X'mas" ; 3 PrettyCandles 14/01/08 10:59
Try this for a festive treat 2 geekymummy 11/01/08 20:51
"I haven't had THE chance." Surely? 9 Swedes 11/01/08 09:50
pronouncing either/neither 26 MsHighwater 10/01/08 21:26
How do you pronounce 'Des Moines', as in the place in Iowa....? 26 yurt1 09/01/08 21:22
Pooh 11 GreatGooglyMoogly 09/01/08 20:31
OH HOHOHOHOH I saw a huge blooper in M&S today!!! 5 LewisFan 09/01/08 14:45
Pronounciation of "whilst" 11 RoxyNotFoxy 08/01/08 00:51
The thing is, is why do people feel the need to add the extra 'is'? 16 RoxyNotFoxy 08/01/08 00:45
A friend who wants to be an English as a Second Language teacher has an American v. Brit idiom question 9 cece 07/01/08 22:44
Do you say lavatory, loo or toilet? 49 Cremolasnowdome 07/01/08 17:39
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