I've seen even literate people mistake those.
> I could care less
I've seen even literate Yanks say that.
You are simply frustrated that foreigners speak better English than you.
>people sometimes mistype homophones
STOP THE PRESSES
I use the wrong they're, there, their all the time. I know what they each mean, it's just a weird reflex.
Same with two, too, and to.
I don't even use the right one by accident, it's just whatever I mean to say I'll use one of the other two.
Better get back to speaking Somalian because you're no good with English either.
Have you ever been described as "high functioning"?
please redpill me on på
for the longest time I always thought it only meant "on" but then I saw a sign that read "djuren på Wenngarn" and learned it can also mean at and in... are there any other words for at, in, and on or is på the only one?
"På only means 'at' when it cannot mean 'on top', usually when talking about abstract concepts rather than physical objects that one may be on top of. For 'at' in a truly spatial sense, use vid."
Why don't you just Google it?
we could have had serious discussions, anon