Wednesday, March 24, 2010


Thanks to our Mod Lang colleague Fraser for spotting the latest CREEP violation (Campaign for the Removal of English Errors in Public), at our senior side,s rugby Shield final at DLSP this afternoon. Could be a matter of life and death.


Humphrey Jones said...

I,m completely in agreement with you. Such error's can,t be seen in the public domain. Let,s sign a petition!

Dana Huff said...

Using a comma in place of an apostrophe is an error I never see in America—it's almost always UK signs where I see this. Any thoughts on why? Our most common apostrophe error is using apostrophes to form plurals.

SCC English Department said...

Have no idea Dana, but thanks for the comment. Yes, our most common error's are also as per your last sentence.