Under what circumstances could the following be considered correct?
“Windsor and Essex County is welcoming ambassadors from around the world this week.”
Anna Vlachos, A-Channel News, Tuesday, February 12, 2008, 11:28 pm.
Explain the difference between “libel” and “slander“.
You will probably never use this word, but it is wonderfully onomatopoetic.
Define the word “smarmy“.
Use “smarmy” in a sentence. Try not to slander anyone.
Thank you, CD, for drawing my attention to the error. BUT, there was another, which I have fixed, that you missed.
To those who missed the errors…too bad! They have been fixed.