When they read the questions and answers posted on here, and all these women have horrible spelling, grammar, and general knowledge of the english language? I am not trying to start drama, I make spelling mistakes, and sometimes I type so fast that it doesnt sound right...
But there is a difference between "there" "they're" and "their", and "with all DUE respect" not "all do", and things of that nature...
Anyone else cringe when they see moms who cant spell or write in proper english?
Where did the all the english classes we took in school go?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:54 PM on Dec. 13, 2010 in About CafeMom
Yes, there is a difference - and yes, it does matter. Is it as important here as it is in academia or in the workplace? No. Is it still important? Yes.
If a post is too poorly written, I'll often just skip it. After all, if the OP is too lazy to express themselves well or take the extra effort to hit the spell check or think about what they're writing? Why would I want to take the time to answer.
However, if there are a few mistakes? I think that's perfectly understandable.
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