Interesting point here. I know the difference between "there" and "their" and it annoys me whenNeeds the right level of obscurity, few people will get, their/there, where/were or sew/sow confused, many do get your/you're mixed up.-- David Pilling
I see anybody getting it wrong. However I often type the wrong one myself.As soon as I see it on screen I cry out in anguish and correct it, but it would appear that the part of the brain that does the typing "hears" words rather than "Sees" them..
Being a New Zealander of a certain age "where" and "were" are not a problem as I pronounce them
differently (Would you believe I just typed "I no the difference"?)Dan
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