Could of, should of, would of

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  • November 5, 2013
  • StopPress Team
Could of, should of, would of

There are a lot of words in a newspaper, most of them spelled right and grammatically correct. But a few grammar nerds were up in arms on Twitter yesterday after the Herald committed a cardinal sin and used the words 'might of' in a headline. 

Let's hope we get a correction as good as one of these beauties
Speaking of pet peeves, Hyperbole and a half created a wonderful tribute to another oft-misspelled word with the Alot. And here are a few more common mistakes from the Oatmeal. 

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