Timeline for Bad Grammar in The Great Gatsby?

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May 20 '20 at 17:48 comment added ThePeake Agree about errors based on homonyms, but again, I'd say that's using the wrong word rather than spelling a word wrongly. But I suppose it's a bit tomato tomato.
May 20 '20 at 16:02 comment added Gareth Rees @ThePeake: Writing "of" instead of "'ve" is like writing "there" instead of "their" — it's a misspelling arising from a homonym.
May 20 '20 at 15:50 comment added ThePeake I'd say it's grammar; the words used are spelled correctly, just used 'wrong'. I wouldn't say 'would of' is a misspelling of 'would have/would've', it's more a wrong word used.
May 19 '20 at 16:29 answer Tom Au timeline score: 3
May 16 '20 at 19:03 answer Peter Shor timeline score: 4
May 16 '20 at 16:59 history edited muru CC BY-SA 4.0
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May 16 '20 at 16:38 comment added Gareth Rees Note that these are spelling errors, not grammatical errors (unless you include spelling under "grammar", which some people do). The conventional spellings would be "you'd've" and "we'd've", being short for "you would have" and "we would have" respectively.
May 16 '20 at 10:21 comment added tum_ I'd vote for 4). Would be interested to see a competent answer.
May 16 '20 at 8:15 history asked ThePeake CC BY-SA 4.0