SPELLING, GRAMMAR, SENSE – YOU CHOOSE
Can you find and correct all the errors in the following?
“Greg Oliphant of Condor Signals Communications was assessing the damage to one of the signals that were knocked down Wednesday morning when a car driven by a Michigan man collided with a freight train on Brock Street near College Avenue.”
Photo Cutline, “Car, train collide”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, March 6, 2008.
“However, there are some issues that I think it’s incumbent upon us to ensure there is accountability for the money that the City of Windsor is sending…and how that money is being spent.”
Dalson Chen, citing Windsor Mayor, Eddie Francis, “Councillors want audit of library”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, March 6, 2008.
“NO BIG DEAL: Gino DiCarlo just recently moved to the Blue Heron area in the city’s east end, but is not particularly concerned about the existance of a former landfill near his home.”
Photo Cutline, “Eastside residents fear potential landfill health risk”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, March 6, 2008.
Question: doesn’t the cutline contradict the heading? (I just thought I would ask.)
The word for today is “pernicious“.
Define “pernicious” and use it in a sentence.