PROFESSIONAL APOSTROPHE FAILURES: Only one of these four album sleeves has the correct punctuation
Apostrophes mark contractions / omissions or possession. Describing the decade of the eighties numerically, the correct punctuation is '80s – the apostrophe marks the omitted '19'. Answer number two has the honour of a double failure – 80's is the classic inappropriate singular possessive (aka 'greengrocer's' apostrophe) and 'Worlds' SHOULD be the singular possessive 'World's'
SHOW SOME INTEREST: Your friend is impartial and you ask for their opinion. They answer but find your conundrum boring. Which of the following best describes their position?
To say someone is 'disinterested' means they have no vested interest in the outcome and are, thus, unbiased. To say they are 'uninterested' means they just don't give a toss. In this case, your friend fulfils both categories.
MAYBE, OR MAY BE? Or maybe not
Do you need an adverb or a modal on your verb? Here's a simple test; swap in the word 'perhaps' in place of maybe / may be in your sentence and if it still makes sense, then you need 'maybe'. If it doesn't, then you need 'may be'.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO? Well, don't be writing about T&C's or looking in the FAQ's...
Apostrophes mark omissions or possession. There is no possession in this phrase and only one omission in the contraction of 'do not' to 'don't'. Like the abbreviations of Terms & Conditions (T&Cs) and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), the use of capitals – DOs and DON'Ts – helps it make sense to the eye that does not know punctuation