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#2
Rhythm is commonly misspelled.
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#4
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#5
Rhythm is the biggie amongst musicians I'd say, I study at music uni, and you'd be surprised how many people can't spell it!
#8
Colour is often spelt wrong too
There's a 'u' in it!

There's one to annoy the US contingency among us...
#9
Colour is often spelt wrong too
There's a 'u' in it!

There's one to annoy the US contingency among us...

And 'program' is spelled just so, not 'programme'.
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#10
Quote by svzy


+1

Also, people don't know when to use the following: two, too and to.

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And 'program' is spelled just so, not 'programme'.


Computer programs.
Television programmes.

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+1

Also, people don't know when to use the following: two, too and to.




Or Weather, Whether, Wether
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+1


Computer programs.
Television programmes.



Touche'.
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#14
I always spell hilarious wrong
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Yea, I used to spell it def-i-nate-ly. I know better now.


Isn't that a British thing though? Kind of like colour?


Yes, it is a British (and thus correct) spelling. Still, it'd be wrong for us to spell computer programs as programmes because computers programs were developed in America and therefore adopts your language's spellings.
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#16
a lot
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Quote by Smokey Amp
+1

Also, people don't know when to use the following: two, too and to.


Computer programs.
Television programmes.



OR There, their and...i forget the last one....
#21
Quote by joyce11
/\ they're..is that the last one?


Yep.

Also, Your and You're.
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#22
When people mix up "your" and "you're".

I don't know why, but it annoys me.


Edit: Damn you Smokey, you beat me to it.
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When people mix up "your" and "you're".

I don't know why, but it annoys me.


Edit: Damn you Smokey, you beat me to it.




Did it take you 8 minutes to type and post that?
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Nah, I'm yet to see anyone misspell that one.
#27
People always spell 'gastrocnemius' wrong, because you don't pronounce the 'c' and so obviously it's not needed.

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#28
Colour is often spelt wrong too
There's a 'u' in it!

There's one to annoy the US contingency among us...

It depends what country you're in... I think Americans spell it "color", us Aussies usually put a "u" in though. My teachers don't really care...

Edit: Sorry, didn't read the fine print...
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aaah, the idiosyncracities of the english language.

Ghoti - pronounce that biatches.
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People always spell 'gastrocnemius' wrong, because you don't pronounce the 'c' and so obviously it's not needed.

Yes, I was sarcastic.



What the waffles, who doesn't pronounce the c in gastrocnemius?


Also, I find it funny that Firefox 2 doesn't have the word in
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#32
Ibanez is usually spelled wrongl

And JamieB why did you sig yourself?!
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Ibanez is usually spelled wrongl

And JamieB why did you sig yourself?!





It was from that thread with the guy who posted a video of someone playing which had been sped up.

He starting acting really annoying (and also, he expected us to know that the person in the video wasn't him [Don't ask, I don't know]) so I said

"All TRUE GUITARISTS should know what USERNAME looks like, DUUUUUUR "

Or something similar, and he sigged it and tried to take it out of context, then started saying "omfg my sig is so good luk at it, i bet its better than evry1s".

So I made mine


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#35
Quote by Smokey Amp
Yes, it is a British (and thus correct) spelling. Still, it'd be wrong for us to spell computer programs as programmes because computers programs were developed in America and therefore adopts your language's spellings.


Yeah.

It's like it's a paper route (root) but a computer router (rau - ter) as it's an american invention.
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#36
break / brake

I work at service station and so many people get these two mixed up.
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I hate it when people spell "like" as "liek"... wtf is that all about anyway?
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#38
Genius. It's genius, not genious.

I also dislike people who use ` instead of '. ` is not an apostrophe, so don't write "don`t".
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#39
Quote by Kensai
I hate it when people spell "like" as "liek"... wtf is that all about anyway?



Leik omg you don`t know?!





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#40
I find that almost everyone thinks that "could of" is proper English.

I see this when editing other students' work, or online all the time ... there is no verb "to of" ... it's "could've" or "could have" dammit!
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