Like fingernails on a chalkboard, I cringe whenever I hear them say, "I seen..." "Towards..." "Anyways..." It's a wonder I don't have a heart attack!
This brings us to today's grammar lesson:
The Verb and its Tenses:
The verb is a word that puts action into a sentence. Verbs can show tense: Present, Past and Past Participle.
(Present:) Today I see. We see...
(Past:) Yesterday, I saw. We saw...
(Past Participle:) I have seen... We have seen...
So in speaking you should never say, "I seen it." It's, "I saw it." or "I have seen it."
Do not add an s to somewhere, anywhere, nowhere or anyway. The same rule applies to toward.
(wrong:) Let's go anyways.
(right:) Let's go anyway.
(wrong:) Let's go somewheres else.
(right:) Let's go somewhere else.
(wrong:) The smoke was blowing towards Portland.
(right:) The smoke was blowing toward Portland.
Keep these rules in mind and put them into practice. Who knows, you may just save my life.