Correct the errors in the following. Be sure to explain what is wrong in each example.
Hint: there are six.
“I should of wrote that story yesterday so that I could of went to the ball game today.”
“I was shocked when I seen what happened when I went in the room this morning.”
What does “thee” mean?
What part of speech is “thee“?
How is “thee” pronounced?
What does “the” mean?
What part of speech is “the“?
How is “the” pronounced?
“THE” and “”THEE” are NOT interchangeable.
So why do people pronounce “the” as “thee” when speaking?
Wake up! Ignorance is not bliss!
The word for today is “savant“.
What part of speech is “savant“?
Define “savant” and use it in a sentence.
Corrections and explanations for this week’s entries will be posted Sunday.