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I received a request for a review of the correct use of “who” and “whom“. I had covered this topic in the past so I entered “who”/”whom” in the search engine and it directed me to the September 1, 2007 entry, and there it was.
By double clicking on any calendar date, you can see that day’s complete entry. Try it. It is a neat feature.
There are three errors in the following pieces. Find them. Correct them. Explain why each is an error.
“If we could see the face of the late Joseph Chimczuk in his final resting place on Ottawa Street, I’m sure he’s wearing a smug, ear-to-ear grin.”
Chris Vander Doelen, “Is Chimczuk’s gift really a curse?”, The Windsor Star, Tuesday, April 27, 2010.
“Maybe beyond frugal: He never drove a car considering them a waste.”
Chris Vander Doelen, “Is Chimczuk”s gift really a curse?”, The Windsor Star, Tuesday, April 27, 2010.
The word for today is “hierarchy“.
What part of speech is “hierarchy“?
Define “hierarchy” and use it in a sentence.
How many other forms of “hierarchy” can you list? Be sure to identify the part of speech for each word you name.