“Yesterday was my brithday. I got a sea world petshop from my dad. and 7$ dollers. You are rich!”
First off, let’s note the date. Clearly a classmate tried to tell me you could write the date in just numbers and dashes. I probably didn’t believe this, and for the sake of future readers, I wrote down the month too. You can never be too careful.
Aside from the misspellings of birthday and dollars (both are semi-understandable), we again see the ‘afterthought sentence’. Train of thought goes like this: “Well, I did get 7 dollars. Oh well, I will just tack it on. I can’t erase the period before it. I’m sure no one will notice.”
The same kid that gave me the info on the date probably tried to tell me that I could use just the dollar sign, instead of writing out the word. Once again,for the sake of absolute clarity, I decided to be painfully clear that I received 7 units of money.