COMPLETE SENTENCES vs. POETIC LICENSE
Read the story, “Riverside haunts steeped in nostalgia”, written by Marty Gervais in The Windsor Star, today, September 3, 2008.
Count the number of incomplete thoughts there are in the story.
Make a judgment call. Should the incomplete thoughts be made into complete sentences or should poetic license rule? Justify your decision.
Find and correct a major grammatical error in this piece.
If you don’t have a newspaper the article can be found online at canada.com/windsorstar/index.html. Key in Marty Gervais and you will find the story.
The word for today is “diaphanous“.
Define “diaphanous” and use it in a sentence.