Grammar fails from the Daily Mail

I use examples of fails from the Mail in my classes. Can you spot the clangers in these screenshots? One is a common Eggcorn and the other one is a misplaced modifier.


Below is an example of generalisation – when you treat an irregular verb as a regular one.

This one below, however is horrendous in several different ways!

And well…..


And then you have one of my pet peeve spelling errors

Not sure how the spelling below came about…

And well…

And my favourite…. since when are those LEG rests?

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  1. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    SHAMEFUL—WHAT PEOPLE WILL; DO THESE DAYS! 🙂

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