The English language, It's a beautiful thing. But so ridiculously complicated. At one end we have the Queen, almost over pronouncing each and every word, and at the other we have an almost endless number of colloquialisms that make, in some cases, the language almost impossible to understand. I'm quite happily sat somewhere in the middle, and this, in my mind, is qualification enough to become part of the Grammer Police.
Some of these dialects date back hundreds of years, sme arnt tht old. It's all very well and good being able to condense a page of writing down by turning it to text type, but if you if you can't speak and read correct English then what hope do you have?
There is, of course, the whole your/ you're/ their/ they're/ there problem. How can it be so hard to use the correct word in a sentence? I know what you're thinking right now, that this is a common problem amongst the less educated. All I will say to that is, if I had £1 for every time I saw "your silly" or "their coming now" or similar over the last 2 and a half years, I'd be swimming in it.