Prowler wrote:I've been noticing a lot of native English speakers online saying thinks like "would of been" and "could of been".
Prowler wrote:I also notice a lot of people say "funnily enough"
Prowler wrote:and "should have went". I didn't start to notice such things until the least few years, tbh.
Prowler wrote:And some people don't seem to know how to conjugate "bias" either. They say "I'm bias" instead of "I'm biased".
Prowler wrote:Well I always write "funny enough" and notice most people do it as well, so it just seems wrong to see "funnily enough" instead, but maybe both forms are correct? Although perhaps one time or another it slipped and I wrote "funnily enough" without realising it?
Prowler wrote:I also notice Americans and Canadians say "could care less" instead of "couldn't care less" like the Brits do. "Couldn't care less" seems to make more sense to me, so I use that version.
Linguist wrote:What exactly is the difference between
OldBoring wrote:Besides should of or could of, I've seen shoulda and coulda.
OldBoring wrote:Also I'ma for I'm gonna.
OldBoring wrote:BTW I stopped using Duolingo cuz I was pissed off at it, for not accepting wanna and gonna as valid answers.
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