I tell my law students that they need to carefully proofread every document that they submit to a court or supervisor. I explain that attorneys lose credibility when their writings contain typos and other grammar mistakes.
The sign below will be a fun example to use during class. I recently drove by it and had to stop to snap a photo. I was tempted to enter the restaurant and order this combo meal−I have never seen burgers and fries that were worth $510. But instead, I decided to continue driving to the coffee shop for my daily dose of caffeine.