English 101 (Ain't nobody got time fo' dat.)
Than = prepositional word; used to compare.
I'm better with my grammar than you are with yours.
Then = reference of time; past.
I remember that Angelic Pendant was 1 million gold then.
Threw = past tense of "throw"; verb.
I threw it on the ground.
Through = to go past; overcome.
I had to get through so many dungeons.
By = used to address a noun.
This book was written by an unknown author.
Buy = to purchase; verb.
I will buy one.
Bye = word signaling a parting; opposite of "hello".
I'll see ya later, bye.
They're = They are.
They're quite loud and quite frankly annoying.
Their = possession.
Their house is big and has two levels.
There = reference of a place.
It's so peaceful there.
You're = You are.
You're such a marvel!
Your = possession.
Your water is boiling.
To = used to address.
It is written to you.
Too = synonymous to "also".
I'd like that, too.
Two = number....obviously.
He'll take two.
Vial = small, glass container.
I have a vial of that DNA sample you wanted.
Vile = adjective to describe something that is sinister, evil, etc.
Get back, you vile beast!
Allot = dedicate; portion.
I've allotted all of my time in this one project.
A lot = a lot.
I see a lot of retards typing "alot" for "a lot".
I will update this list if I see more people derpin'.