You left out my utter favourite - Rogue/Rouge. The number of people who describe their thief characters as a kind of face paint is utterly amazing <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif" alt="" />

(And your link doesn't seem to be working, BTW...)

Yes. And this is why one should be careful with spelling; you don't want to send your reader off in a fit of laughter, because the reader's laughing at you, you poor thrice-bedamned soul, not with you. More:

Through/threw: ahahaha. Bwahahaha.

Tree's/trees (and dog's/dogs, cat's/cats, etc): the misuse of apostrophe and 's.' No, it does not designate a plural noun; it designates ownership and turns the noun into a possessive.

Women/woman: I'm astounded by the frequency at which this pops up. Women, plural. Woman, singular. Please take a chisel to your skull and carve it there.

Choose/chose: choose, present tense, base form. Chose, past tense. It's that simple.