Common errors in English that are taking over the language
  1. Momentarily confused - momentarily means for a moment, not in a moment. So you can't "be back momentarily" unless you're heading out again immediately after your get back
  2. It's not it's, it's its - unless you're using "it's" as a short form of "it is" (because that would take way too long to type), there is no apostrophe in "its". The dog licked its balls. See?
  3. Scratch that - you don't "itch" yourself, you scratch yourself, because your have an itch. Probably because you don't wash often enough.