@@ -416,7 +416,7 @@ edit_post GET /posts/:id/edit(.:format) posts#edit
The `posts_path` helper tells Rails to point the form
to the URI Pattern associated with the `posts` prefix; and
the form will (by default) send a `POST` request
-to that route. This is associated with the
+to that route. This is associated with the
`create` action of the current controller, the `PostsController`.
With the form and its associated route defined, you will be able to fill in the form and then click the submit button to begin the process of creating a new post, so go ahead and do that. When you submit the form, you should see a familiar error:
@@ -553,7 +553,7 @@ and change the `create` action to look like this:
@@ -1039,7 +1039,7 @@ content:
Everything except for the `form_for` declaration remained the same.
-The reason we can use this shorter, simpler `form_for` declaration
+The reason we can use this shorter, simpler `form_for` declaration
to stand in for either of the other forms is that `@post` is a *resource*
corresponding to a full set of RESTful routes, and Rails is able to infer