It looks like this headline and picture on Yahoo! Food got a bit scrambled:
That doesn’t look like scrambled eggs to me.
In a series of interviews, this Yahoo! Style asked designers this enigmatic question:
And surprisingly, they all were able to answer it, even if they couldn’t understand it.
If you’re still learning English, you might want to rethink you’re decision to write for Yahoo! Answers. You might just find that your skills aren’t up to par — even for a site with standards as low as Yahoo!’s.
You don’t want to end up writing like this:
I have no idea what “to make it easier” means. To make what easier? I have no idea why the writer can’t figure out how to write a question. Someone needs to explain to this writer about transpose the words in “you should” and “you shouldn’t.” Sigh. Maybe that will be covered in the writer’s next English class.
I could never write about one day’s worth of errors on Yahoo!. There are just too many and I’d just get a migraine. So, here’s just one grammatical goof from yahoo.com:
Yahoo! advertises millions of dollars’ worth of products every day; too bad one of those products isn’t a grammar book. The editors could use a little lesson on using the apostrophe to form quasi-possessives like one day’s pay and four years’ experience.