Question: What do "human begins" and "human beings" have in common?
Answer: Spell-check accepts both of them.
So in a recent post, I talked about the importance of writing as human begins. Hmmm, that could be fascinating! Perhaps on stone tablets?
However, since I intended "writing as human beings," I hope no one read it before I corrected it yesterday, at least no one without a sense of wit and wonder.
What do "human begins" and "human beings" have in common? They’re human! From now on, I’ll proofread by reading aloud. Then I’ll hope for the best.