• Linda Ulleseit, author

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DOL

Every morning in my classroom, students work on Daily Oral Language. They edit sentences for punctuation, spelling, grammar, and capitalization. As a result, they should be able to spot those errors in the real world.

If you find one, snap a pic and email it to me!

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it’s = it is–Should be ‘all its name implies’

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In this case, they want to say ‘you are’ so it should be ‘you’re on vacation.’

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A little disturbing–rapeseed oil? I think they mean GRAPESEED oil

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‘forein’ should be ‘foreign’

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I wonder how much TUTORING this person does?

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sign’s should be signs–plural not possessive. Kind of makes you wonder how professional the signs are.

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On a sidewalk in Capitola, during Jr. Life GUARD training.

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Specical = Special

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car breakings? Is that worse than break ins?

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Maybe keep YOUR?

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phaRmacy… between the hourS

 

Screen Shot 2014-11-15 at 8.34.26 AMSpecials and PaCkages…

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plural of mermaid is mermaids

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plural of Saturday is Saturdays

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worlds = world’s

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Resistent = Resistant         Maintanience = Maintenance

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should be ‘my granddaughter’

7 Responses

  1. I am looking forward to finding spelling mistakes and punctuation mistakes outside of class. I see it all the time! 🙂

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  2. I think this was in fourth grade when I was going to Las Vegas. When I looked at the sign, it said “Speed limti 70” Of course, my whole family was laughing at that silly mistake!

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  3. Oh my! Those mistakes literally made my day. They are hilarious!

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  4. We’re never too old or young to enjoy correcting some common grammar mistakes!

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