1. People mixing these two up fill you with rage.
They sound similar, yes. You’re correct, but the way they’re used — completely different. Grammar nazis will make sure you understand that you’ve used the wrong “your” when you update your Facebook status: “I just saw you’re grandma at the grocery store and she flirted with me.”
2. Okay, when people mix these up, you feel white-hot rage too.
3. You belittle people when they make simple tense mistakes.
4. Your social media updates are all in proper English, no matter what. Ah, so you really bruised your knee. You must upload a picture on Instagram, but only with correct punctuation…
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