Hi everyone!!: Ok, I'm a native speaker of Spanish and I find really interesting (smoothing the adjective) that native English people commit mistakes such us: "the bedroom has just one door. It's knob is wooden", or right the other way round: "Its an awe-inspiring landscape". The same thing usually happens with "your" and you're". Even professors make this mistake. I can tell! My question is addressed to native English speakers: can you find any particular reason for this kind of understandable mistakes? Thnx a lot!!