Some Things to Keep in Mind When Speaking or Writing in the English Language...
YOUR vs. YOU ARE vs. YOU'RE
Do not use the word 'your', a possessive pronoun, to describe the conjugation of the verb 'to be', "you are".
Bad Example: "Let me know what time your coming by"
Correct Example: "Let me know what time you are coming by"
Two vs. To vs. Too
Use the number "two" (2) when describing something which is a whole number, more than one, but less than three. Use the word "to" when describing the opposite of "from". And, finally, use the word "too" when describing excess, or as a replacement for "also" or "as well".
Bad Example: "You work to much"
Correct Example: "You work too much"
THEN vs THAN
"Then" refers to something in the past tense. "Than" is used when expressing comparisons.
Bad Example: "I think you want more then I can give right now."
"You know more then i do"
Correct Example: "I think you want more than I can give right now."
...more to be added later!