I’m not very analytical, except when it comes to the English language. Typos drive me crazy. Mispronunciations send me out of my gourd. Double negatives have me seeing red.
Of course we all make mistakes. We make them all the way through life. I’ll never forget my high school history teacher telling the class about the paper he had received about the Civil War. He told us, “In the first sentence I read about the date that shots were fired on Fort Sumter. However, let me urge you to always, always, always proof-read. Because the writer of this paper substituted an ‘i’ for the ‘o’ in shots.” He was quiet as it sunk in.
Therefore, let me present this example from our local MLS…
I know I can’t wait to show this house!