Third quarterly spelling/punctuation/grammar rant of 2017 on the misuse of it’s for its
This is my third quarterly grammar/spelling/punctuation rant of 2017, see the previous two here and here.
Below are 10 new examples collected from CD comments and other sources on the Web that illustrate what I think is the most common spelling/punctuation/grammar/orthographic mistake in the English language — the misuse of it’s (or its’) for its. And the bonus graphic above of Kabir’s Bakery in Brooklyn is another example (how did that mistake get through the sign company?). I guess my one-person campaign to bring attention and awareness to this common grammar error is failing….
1. I would like to make you aware that sometime on Monday night to Tuesday morning a car in our outside parking lot had