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Be careful of... // Be careful with...
1. Be careful of your spelling.
2. Be careful with your spelling.
Are both grammatically correct?
Be careful of your spelling and punctuation.
Please be careful with your spelling and...
Re: Be careful of... // Be careful with...
"Be careful with" is more 'traditional' English (like I would use) "careful of" is more U.S., I think. Hope this helps.
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