If Daisy Ridley wore a dress that showed her midsection, it was midriff-baring. It bears repeating: When writing, don’t follow the example of the Yahoo! Movies staff:
Holy moley. In what universe is the pronoun its correct in this sentence from Yahoo! Style?
What does it refer to? newbie? tools? I think the writer meant tools and just didn’t recognize it as a plural noun requiring the plural pronoun their. It’s a careless oversight, just like using the wrong closing quotation mark.
I’m calling T-shirts baring a quote total BS. T-shirts don’t bare quotes, though they’ve been known to bear them.
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Due ewe no the difference between bite and byte? The writer four Yahoo! News doesn’t:
Eye think an editor is kneaded to rain inn the gaffs on Yahoo! Sports‘ “Prep Rally”:
and on Yahoo! omg!:
This whirred on Yahoo! Shine has a hole different meaning from the write whirred:
and sew does this won: