WHAT A YAHOO! HE SHOULD KNOW BETTER!
Find and correct the error in the following piece. Cite the applicable rule.
Check the punctuation. Is it correct? If it is not, fix it and give reasons.
“ ‘(Tim) Hudak isn’t well-known across the province, but he has been darn consistent about his massage,’ he said. ‘He has sang the same tune all this time, and that tune is resonating with voters.’ ”
John Wright, pollster, Ipsos Reid, in a story by Linda Nguyen, Postmedia News, “Voters fed up with McGinty”, The Windsor Star, Monday, November 22, 2010.
The word for today is “diabolical”.
What part of speech is “diabolical”?
What other parts of speech can be made from “diabolical”?
Define “diabolical” and use it in a sentence that shows its meaning.