MAKING SENSE IS SOMETIMES RARE
Find and correct the errors in the following examples. Look for three.
“In his own words, he had just added a big, skilled forward.
Someone who would diversify the defence, play on one of the top two lines and, if everything works out, score 30 or more goals.”
Michael Traikos, Postmedia News, “Leafs deal for Lupul”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, February 10, 2011.
“Windsor police Sgt. Brett Corey shows a quantity of drugs, cash and canning equipment seized from street drug dealers during a news conference Wednesday.”
Photo tag line of story, “Police sting targets small-time dealers” by Doug Schmidt, The Windsor Star, Thursday, February 10, 2011.
The word for today is “salutary”.
What part of speech is “salutary”?
What is the common derivative of “salutary” that we most often use?
Define”salutary” and use it in a sentence that demonstrates its meaning.