TOO FREQUENT! TOO EASY!
Here we go again. Find and correct the errors in the following pieces.
“Now there’s a switch.
Downie drawing penalties, and absorbing fouls, rather than taking penalties and committing fouls.”
Bob Duff, “Lightning GM Yzerman likes evolution of ex-Spitfire Downie”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, May 19, 2011.
“The big physical guy that hits hard and plays that type of game have had to adjust.”
Bob Duff, “Lightning GM Yzerman likes evolution od ex-Spitfire Downie”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, May 19, 2011.
The word for today is “opprobrium”.
What part of speech is “opprobrium”?
What other parts of speech can be made from “opprobrium”?
Define “opprobrium” and use it in a sentence that demonstrates its meaning.
On each weekday I present word challenges, errors in grammar, sentence structure, punctuation and/or writing formats.
On ensuing weekends I present answers and solutions to all the questions and examples of the previous week.
The approach is deliberately used to give you time to test your skills.
Please come back every Sunday when all answers and explanations are posted.