EATS, SHOOTS AND LEAVES
Normally, I would not cite non-professional writers for errors, but this example is too good to resist.
In case anyone is interested, I borrowed the title from a book written by Lynn Truss.
I would hate to be accused of plagiarism.
BONUS: relate the title to the example below and receive a GOLD STAR.
Explain the errors in the following piece?
Correct the errors.
“”Our area would receive more notice from the reigning party which equals more money for us. Let’s not shoot ourselves in the foot again and vote the right party in.”
Doug Laforet, “Wake up, Windsor voters”, Letters to the Editor, The Windsor Star, Monday, April 4, 2011.
The word for today is “riposte”.
What part of speech is “riposte”?
Define “riposte” and use it in a sentence that clearly demonstrates its meaning.
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