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iPhone Pic: At Least They Got “You’re” Right

"Effected" vs. "Affected" isn't quite on the same level as "their" vs. "there" (vs. "they're) or "its" vs. "it's," and I suppose I should be happy that they didn't write "your" in this promo:


Yes, that's Dr. Phil (and part of the sleeve of my shirt, I think).

One Response to "iPhone Pic: At Least They Got “You’re” Right"

  1. Effect/affect is one of the few pitfalls in the English language that I keep stumbling into, but I just go with a gut feeling and usually end up using the right one.

    Another bad habit is to sometimes use Swedish sentence structures in English. It still makes perfect sense, but it probably sounds a bit funny.

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