Monday, September 14, 2009

Could Of.

Have you ever read the phrase 'could of/would of/should of' and gotten just as puzzled as me? Is it grammatically correct? Or no?

Today's Word of the Day:
Harry (verb): Persistently carry out attacks on an enemy/an enemy's territory.

p.s.: No wonder Voldy is so intent on harrying Harry.


Anonymous said...

I know that phrase.

Helen said...

I think it's "could have" but some people think it's could of by the way it sounds.. hmm

Gandhali said...

yeah!! i actually believed for a second there that it was grammatically right, but it's not .. oh well