Sure, I'll proofread your paper! I'm an English nerd; I kinda like this stuff C:
Mmmmmkay. You just used every form of there/they're/their in the same paragraph. None of them are correct. Not one time.
Then =/= Than. "Mr. Darcy was more proud then Elizabeth." I highly doubt Mr. Darcy was initially arrogant before morphing into Elizabeth.
THERE ARE TWELVE INSTANCES OF "THEY/THEM" IN THIS SENTENCE AND THREE POSSIBLE SUBJECTS. DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW HARD IT IS TO READ A SENTENCE WITH THIS QUANTITY OF DANGLING MODIFIERS?
Okay yeah. I've read that sentence five times and I still don't know what you're saying. *deep breath* Read number six...
Oh god. You said "heroin." Heh. You just called Elizabeth Bennett a narcotic analgesic.
Awww yis. Subject-verb agreement. That's my girl.
Every time you use an apostrophe to pluralize, a kitten dies.
Okay, okay. I can do this. I do actually like this. And I actually like this person. I can do this.
I changed my mind. You misused "literally." I don't want to live on this planet anymore.