Ooo! Ooo! Ooo! Grammar rant thread! I must admit that there are many, many things which annoy greatly regarding grammar and language; I got in trouble at work once for correcting some sales signs. I will be honest and say that there are also a few Americanisms which really grate on me but, most of the grammatical errors I see these days come from our own shores, which is rather worrying. Regardless i shall share some of my grievances as well. (Note - A lot of Americanisms are actually correct if you go back far enough and it is us who have changed to different words. For example using Fall instead of Autumn, it always used to be Fall where the hell ass did Autumn even come from?) When pronouncing the letter 'H' it is 'aitch' and not 'haitch'. Americans, please note that there is an 'H' at the start of the word 'Herbs'. Please use it, it is not there just to look pretty. There, their, they're, your, you're, we're, where, wear, to, too, two. All already stated by people but still damn annoying. Fellow Britons, please remember that there is a T in the center of the word water. If someone asks for a glass of 'waw-Ah' they're likely to be wearing it. No one has ever 'learned' you anything, they 'taught' it to you. There's probably tons more I pick up on from day to day but i can't think of them all right now, however, one final one is my name and the name of many other people who i guarantee hate it just as much. Jonathan is spelled Jonathan. It is not spelled in any of the following ways (and i have had it done all of these ways): Jhonathan, Johnathan, Jonothan, Jonathon, Jonothon, Jonathane, Johnathone, Janathan, Jonothane.