Hey, everyone! Friendly reminder:
It’s “couldn’t care less,” not “could care less.” Could care less implies that you care, and therefore could… care… less. Couldn’t care less means you don’t care and therefore couldn’t… care… less! It’s easy!
Also, it’s “self esteem” not “self of steam,” effect is a noun and affect is a verb (being broke is an effect of losing your job, and losing your job affects how much money you have), complement is a word describing the way two things go together (“the color of your top complements your eyes”) and a compliment is a nice thing to say to someone (“you have beautiful eyes!”).
If you’re not sure if it’s “him and me” or “him and I,” just take out the other person and see if the sentence still makes sense: “Mary and me are going to the store” becomes “Me am going to the store” which is wrong, therefore “Mary and I” is correct; “He gave John and I free tickets!” becomes “He gave I free tickets” which is wrong, therefore it should be “He gave John and me free tickets!”
And finally, “unanimously” and “anonymously” are two very different words, “forward” “backward” and “toward” should almost always be used without the ‘s’ at the end, and apostrophe-s means the thing belongs to something (Lana’s car, two week’s notice) and if the word ends in an ‘s’ then the apostrophe comes after (Cas’ coat) - the exception is the word it, which takes an apostrophe to become “it is” or “it has” but has no apostrophe if it’s used possessively (it’s a green car, but its owner prefers blue).
I know there are a lot of people that couldn’t care less about their grammar usage but I think it’s important to say what you mean and mean what you say, and above all to say it properly. English is hard enough without everyone fucking it up all the time :)