Guitar Nut wrote:What really sets your teeth on edge?
There are so many - I really shouldn't begin ...
... just a few to set the ball rolling.
I often hear (and see written) "I would of" instead of "I would have."
I heard an Irish journalist (someone whose occupation one might expect to engender a certain command of words) describe a team of squaddies as patrolling the circumference
of their base.
Another Irish one - they (very) often pronounce the letter aitch with an extra aitch at the beginning.
As for to and too ... let's just say that there are to many examples (from native English speakers) too count, right here on this forum.
You can begin tracking down all the grammar and spelling errors in my posts now ...