there is no such phrase as “wouldn’t of”.
I think you mean “wouldn’t have”.
Learn to speak your own language, thanks.
I suggest you read the book The Skin We Speak by Lisa Delpit. It might teach you a little bit about language, different venues we use it and the “rules” that we follow based on the situation, and how better to approach “correcting” someone’s use of words in various contexts.
I don’t mean to be rude here, but the phrase “wouldn’t of” actually doesn’t even make sense. Do you know what the word “wouldn’t” means? Do you know what the word “of” means? Stringing them together in one phrase actually has no comprehendible meaning. Without the contraction, that statement is “would not of”. Please tell me on what planet saying “I would not of done this” is okay, as opposed to saying “I would not have done this”. Your support of grammatical laziness doesn’t make you seem “accepting” of people, it makes you seem uneducated.
You completely… missed … the point.
In an instant message, it would be ok to write c u l8r. In a professional letter, the same statement would be ridiculous! Slang or colloquial phrases among friends even the “doesn’t make sense” kind is fine (because really, you’re telling me you can’t make sense of what the person means when they use that phrase? My pre-k ELL students can). However, you wouldn’t use slang in an interview or defending your graduate thesis. The whole point I was making was that if you really want to teach kids “correct language,” you work with them to give them the tools to navigate the different scenarios. You respect their home language, or dialect. If you took the time to look into the matter, you’d find that linguists’ research says there is no language, dialect, slang, that is “better” than another.
But you know, I’m just “uneducated” on the subject.