Would you have spotted the repeated word word here on the Yahoo! front page:
or here here?
Only students who’ve lived in a dormitory (and who are headed back to a dorm) need read this article described on yahoo.com:
So, if you’re going to be a freshman, living in a dorm for the first time, look elsewhere for advice.
(It’s interesting how a little word like back can change the meaning of that sentence.)
This headline on the Yahoo! front page takes idiotic idioms to the next level:
I suppose if you’re just learning English, you might not know common expressions like “take it to the next level” or “take the next step.” If that’s the case, I suggest you have someone familiar with common idioms edit your writing before you publish it.
Sometimes, when I read something on Yahoo! Celebrity, I can’t help wondering if the writer is familiar with basic English idioms, like this:
Actually, the Kardashians have been renting a home; the owner of the home has been renting out the home.
There are some mistakes I can overlook. Still, I can’t help noticing the typos:
and the missing apostrophe in what should be Kardashians’:
and at least one word too many here:
Can you overlook errors like these?
The folks over at Yahoo! News claim that they follow the Associated Press style by referring to the country in the news as Ukraine, and not the Ukraine. It looks like someone at the Yahoo! front page didn’t get the memo: