Just as i was over in the Bingo Section looking for some really nice deals, LCB always has the best, a fun game idea came to my mind.. "Catch My Mistake".. write a sentence (anysize sentence) as you write the sentence put a mistake in it, could be an easy one or make it hard, and let the next member Catch the Mistake, the person who catches the mistake writes the next sentence with one..
Let's have a little fun everyone!!! I'll start..
Catch My Mistake...
Everytime i go to the store, i always have to by extra spearmint gum, i'm never without it.
Catch My Mistake !?!
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- at November 26, 2010, 19:21:11
- last active 9 days ago
- yeah s/b stands for should be, you're right, but what i did was mispelled "their" and i thought you were saying "thier" s/b actually there in your sentence and that i needed to find another mistake, so i was like.. hmmm "stand" should be stands?.. but in all you were telling me, i spelled "their" wrong, THEN i caught it and realized what you were sying i had "thier" lmaoooo
- Imagin.ation wrote:
Sorry, I'm still stuck on the first sentence-
you need to capitalize the "i"s, the "e" in Extra, and replace the comma after gum with a period and eliminate the first comma:
"Everytime I go to the store I have to buy Extra spearmint gum. I'm never without it." or, if the gum isn't the Extra brand, don't capitalize that e.
Now, for the next one,
[quote author=lipstick_xoxos link=topic=14882.msg139665#msg139665 date=1290792940]
I think that their is one great forum that stand out from the rest and it is LCB!
"I think that there is one great forum that stands out from the rest, and it is LCB!" fixed the "there", changed stand to "stands" and separated the two separate phrases with a comma to make one flowing sentence. I'm thinking also using "that" instead of "which" could possibly be considered a mistake to a grammar stickler.
So, here is my mistake laden sentence:
Never use a preposition to end a sentence with.
- Oh we are going to get hit hard with Chilly, we're in trouble now, she's going to stick it to us. With "extra" i'm using in this case more, as in spare.
Correct in saying, "Never use a preposition to end a sentence with."
I had to google what a preposition is because i have completely forgotten.
a sentance should begin with a capital letter and end with punctuation
(I posted while Lips was, so here is two she can fix.)
- Ah, we are playing "Try to stump chillymellow"! First, the problem with my sentence was, "with" is a preposition! Just leave it off. Just like you can (please) leave off the "at" in "where are you at?".
"I hate to lose too much money due to gambling because I don't have a lot of loose change to spare." is the corrected version of "I hate to loose to much money do to gambling because I don't have alot of lose change to spare."
And to fix "a sentance should begin with a capital letter and end with punctuation", *I* would make that "A sentence should begin with a capital letter and end with a punctuation mark".
It's really hard for me to make up wrong sentences, but here's an other try.
P.S. it's here "are" two she can fix, not here *is* two...
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