May 2 - Educate us on something you know a lot about or are good at
I'm not going to lie. Today's topic really stumped me. I can't draw. I can't cook. I can't sew. I can't sing or play an instrument. What does that leave? I'm a good driver. I'm an awesome mom. I'm even a pretty good employee. Those are all boring though, right? Then it hit me as I was reading various blog posts this morning... You people are getting an English lesson.
These words are used and spelled differently.
• Their is a possessive adjective.
• There refers to a place.
• They're means they are.
• Misty and Terri are fixing their hair.
• My purse is over there.
• They're watching The Vampire Diaries.
2. to, too, two
Again, these words are used and spelled differently.
• Use to as a preposition before a noun or as an infinitive before a verb.
• Use too as a synonym for also or to indicate excessiveness before a verb.
• Use two to spell out the number 2. Duh.
• I'm going to the movies. --or-- I really don't need to buy another pair of shoes.
• I'm going to the movies, too! --or-- I do not have too many shoes!
• I'll have two margaritas, please.
3. your, you're
For this one, I leave you an 8 second instructional video courtesy of Ross Geller.
That's one talent I definitely have.
Give me a subject, any subject, and I can relate it to an episode of Friends.
Speaking of the word definitely, it's not spelled defiantly.
That's a whole 'nother word, people.