OK, I listen to a lot of radio and if the radio's not on, I'm probably eavesdropping. So I hear a lot of words. Perhaps that qualifies me to make the following observations.
You don't need to say 'impact upon' when you really mean 'affect'.
Changing tack means you are trying a different direction. Changing tact doesn't make any sense.
Sandwich has a d - and possibly ham and mustard - never a g.
Rememberability and Forgetability are not real words.
Pre-order is just the same as order. Have you ever tried post-ordering? Thought not. Likewise pre-arrange and pre-book.
If something is about to happen we are before the event, not ahead of it.
Blowing a gale - of course it's blowing.
Gale force winds - of course they're winds.
Generally we will 'try to' do something not 'try and'.
That's it from the desk drawer of linguistic rage for tonight, but, rest assured, there will be more.