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    Be careful of... // Be careful with...

    Hello.

    1. Be careful of your spelling.
    2. Be careful with your spelling.

    Are both grammatically correct?

    https://www.schoolofhope.org/guest/senior/social_studies/social_studies-13/essay.html
    Be careful of your spelling and punctuation.

    http://www.jinx.com/faqs_home.aspx?fid=20
    Please be careful with your spelling and...


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    Re: Be careful of... // Be careful with...

    Quote Originally Posted by Daruma View Post
    Hello.

    1. Be careful of your spelling.
    2. Be careful with your spelling.

    Are both grammatically correct?

    https://www.schoolofhope.org/guest/senior/social_studies/social_studies-13/essay.html
    Be careful of your spelling and punctuation.

    http://www.jinx.com/faqs_home.aspx?fid=20
    Please be careful with your spelling and...
    "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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