@Wilfred Owen - Don't worry, I saw the joke you were making. (In this case, the "ironry" of your sentence.)
In addition, this is where I will present, "What skunk940 should have typed"
Yep, in today's modern world, I (w-i-l-l)shall just (j-u-s-t) use a example to prove my point.
I don't know how many of you are familar with the British Educational System, but (i-t-s)here is my example.
In a class to earn a General Certificate of Secondary Education, spelling counts for about five percent of the requirements for earning a GSCE in English.
(S-o)Thus, a student can still achieve the maximum grade of A*[An A+?], even if they do not have (n-o-t) very good[Using perfect can work here] spelling.
(M-e)I do not have the best of spelling, but I do[/b] not have the worst either. I have several A*s, of which, in English (b-e-i-n-g a f-e-w o-f t-h-e-s-e)I have several A*s.
(Emphasis added for the convenience of the reader)
Granted, I will readily admit that I was being picky on some issues.
In addition, I feel that skunk940 might write better that a few of the classmates I had in High School. (Granted, I live in the United States. Go figure.)
(Though, you should know that the GCSE is being replaced with the "English Baccalaureate Certificate" in 2015.)