I thank Monica Wolfson for the article she wrote about this blog in today’s Windsor Star. I appreciate the tone because it captures the essence of the blog mandate.
I also appreciate the publicity and hope it generates some interest in all of us bettering our skills in the use of the English language.
HOW SHARP ARE YOU?
Are there any errors in the following sentences? There may, or may not, be errors and you are expected to defend whichever side you choose.
“The gang of boys are abusing the rest of the children that are in the playground.”
“Tom, Harold and myself are going to go skating this afternoon.”
“Mary was recently named as the new Director of Personal.”
“The premiere of the film occurred last night.”
The word for today is “supercilious”.
Define “supercilious” and use it in a sentence.
If you sent me a comment and it is not offensive, I publish it. Your comment is then inserted in the “Comment” section of the day to which it refers.
If you ask for an opinion, I will try to answer you the next day. Certainly, I will respond by the end of the week.
Thanks for your patronage and patience.