Category: Funny English

Recent poor English from natives

I know that both British and American speakers of English use sloppy  and incorrect language regularly, but here are two examples unique to US English that I have been hearing more and more recently. I wonder if they may become

Flatmates Episode 200

Information about The Flatmates:Flatmates Introduction This is Episode 200 of BBC’s audio soap opera “The Flatmates”. Click here to listen on the BBC website.] 1. What expression used means to deal with an uncomfortable situation? Feel free to type your

Newspaper Typo #10

I can only imagine that it was a telephone interview on an unclear line.

Newspaper Typo #9

            “Pork” maybe?

Newspaper Typo #8

        Well, this one isn’t from a newspaper, but it was certainly mass-produced. It’s from the Bible. I think the book is old enough for its content to be very familiar, but number 14: “Thou shalt commit

Newspaper Typo #7

Oh dear, the headline sentence is just thoughtless.

Newspaper Typo #6

Well, this is just totally wrong! Does this newspaper have no editor? The word should be “ambidextrous”, not “amphibious”!