BizWritingTip wants to make a conscious effort this year to clean up the grammar on the signs we see around us. Help us out. Whenever you see an error on a sign or in an article or newspaper advertisement, send us a photo of it. We would also like to know where you saw the problem.
We’ll post the most interesting signs under the “sign errors” category above. There is no prize — just the knowledge you’re making a small difference in the improvement of the English language.
By pointing out the errors, hopefully, we will get them fixed. Additionally, we will put a stop to readers thinking that the error is correct just because they saw it in print.
Here’s an example of what we are looking for.
This is a sign I saw in an office building in Richmond Hill, Ontario.
There are three grammar errors. Can you spot them?
Please send your 1) photo and 2) where you saw it by email to email@example.com
Please send a photo of errors you spot on signs, packaging, and in newspapers or magazines.