Do you pine for the day when you don’t have to scream at the writer for Yahoo! Sports’ “Ball Don’t Lie”?
Do you wish he knew that you use where when you’re referring to a place or location, and when when you’re referring to a time?
If tickets for professional basketball games sell for literal pocket change, then all you have to do is empty a pocket of all the change it holds, and you’ve got a ticket! If, on the other hand, the writer for Yahoo! Sports’ “Ball Don’t Lie” meant that tickets are inexpensive, then the writer was making a figurative reference:
If your marriage is suffering from all-old war, then a divorce might be in your future:
If you rely on a spell-checker to catch all your typos, then you might be a writer for Yahoo! Shine.