Try it on here, and take a screencap.
And I could probably do over 85 if I was able to use my keyboard at home ;-)
My goodness some of these are difficult. I had to do a couple very tough passages (one about Greece with a lot of off-words capitalized that shouldn't have been and beginning words uncapitalized, and another in Old English). Both were in the low-to-mid 60 range, although without any mistakes. I did an easier one and finished in 85WPM (1 mistake).
That was a mildly tough one too. Nice work.
So you don't know the difference between "of" and "out?" Should I explain it to you?
Or should I do like I normally do, and assume you are intelligent and just made a typo? K-troop has the right of it ... don't assume a lot of people on here care as much to proofread like they do for things that are actually important, therefore don't judge their intelligence based on such minor grammar mistakes. Make fun of them (us - I know I've done it), yes, but don't judge.
There's a difference between a typo and mixing up two correctly spelled words out of simple ignorance.
Forgivable: "I'm going ot the store."
Unforgivable: "Look over their!"
Glad I could elaborate on my strict and unreasonable expectations of forum writing. Cheers!!
Hey, watch your mouth buddy! That's agregious!
I don't know how to quote a post from a different thread so I just copied and pasted it over. Brandon was polite enough not to make fun of this dufus, but I couldn't let it go. Normally, I am a good visual speller ... I just write a word down that where I'm not sure about the spelling and can tell if it's right or not. Apparently, not always.