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Is this a new confusion? I've seen both words being mistakenly used in place of each other on several occasions, mostly on Facebook.Have any of the resident pedants seen this before or am I right in thinking it's a new tooth itching annoyance phenomenon?
I haven't particularly noticed - do you have an example?One that annoys me is "The reason being is ..."
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