Grammar Gaffe At Google Apps For Students

Michael Arrington
TechCrunch.com
Tuesday, September 8, 2009; 6:40 PM

We can't verify that this is real, but reader Auston Bunsen sends in a screenshot showing a fairly funny grammatical error at Google, given that they are aiming their Google Apps product at students when they make the gaffe.

"More then 5 million students have already gone Google" says the page, which is promoting Google Apps for students. The page is hosted here, and has been updated with the grammatically correct "than" to replace the "then."

Or else Bunsen just photoshopped the whole thing. Either way, we think it's pretty funny.


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