Identify, explain and correct the error in the following piece.
“Which surely obliges them to be straight with people about the limitations of the anti-HST initiatives.”
Vaughn Palmer, Guest Column, “B.C. deals with the HST”, The Windsor Star, Monday, April 19, 2010.
The word for today is “indefatigable“.
What part of speech is “indefatigable“?
Define “indefatigable” and use it in a sentence.
Five days a week, this blog presents grammar errors, sentence structure errors, punctuation errors, word misuses and abuses and a word for the day. You are asked to identify the errors and correct them and to define and use the word of the day. On the Sunday after each week’s entries, the corrections and explanations are posted.
The concept is intentionally Socratic and is intended to challenge you to think about correct English usage in daily communication and to review your responses each Sunday.
The original catalyst for this blog was the appalling misuse of English by professional writers and newscasters. For three years they have provided the material for this blog and, unfortunately, I have all the faith in the world that they will continue to do so. Just listen for two minutes to any newscast by any news station in the country and you will understand.