Welcome to this special French-inspired installment of Find the Typo!
The phrase is correct as “en route.” Any editor would know the spelling; if not, they’d at least be professional enough to look it up. That’s what we’re here for!
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This sign has bothered me for a decade. I swear, one day I’m going to paint those damn apostrophes white.
Just because it’s a word you don’t see often doesn’t mean you should give it an apostrophe to pluralize it. Who approved this?
“Villa’s of R—ia from the 100’s”
Sorry about the photo quality; I am no Keaton.
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Let’s play “Find the Typo!” The first few to win get link-backs on Thursday! Here we go:
“Playing the young prison girl [in this blockbuster], King shaved her hair for the role.”
Can you spot the boo-boo?
Who thinks what, now?
“The former House Speaker slams the assertion that the election because of ‘gifts’ to minorities.”
See more of Yahoo!’s proofreading boo-boos at Terribly Write!
Is there anything better than a rejection letter with a typo?
“We chose someone we think better suites the position.”
Let’s play “Find the Typo!”
(This letter was for my friend; she had me read it to her because her hands were full. I read it quietly to myself at first, then when I read it aloud to her, I noticed the typo. She had interviewed for a clerical position. Many lulz were had.)