Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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    On a cross-country trip, <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/WN/great-typo-hunt-authors-jeff-deck-benjamin-herson/story?id=11376737">Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson spotted hundreds of typos</a> on public signs and did their best to correct them. Their journey is documented in new book, <a href="http://greattypohunt.com/" target="external">"The Great Typo Hunt."</a> Can you the typos as well as Deck and Herson? Take the quiz to see how well you can spot spelling and grammar mistakes. Go to the next slide to begin.
    Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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    Chicago: Corrected.
    Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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    Las Vegas: Can you spot the typos? Go to the next slide to see if you're right.
    Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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    Las Vegas: Corrected.
    Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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    Los Angeles: Can you spot the typo? Go to the next slide to see if you're right.
    Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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    Los Angeles: Corrected.
    Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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    Los Angeles: Can you spot the typo? Go to the next slide to see if you're right.
    Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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    Los Angeles: Corrected.
    Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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    Myrtle Beach, S.C.: Can you spot the typo? Go to the next slide to see if you're right.
    Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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    Myrtle Beach, S.C.: Corrected.
    Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson
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