WHAT IS WRONG?
Each of the following sentences doesn’t sound right when read.
Explain the problem with each sentence and fix it.
NOTE: one sentence has two flaws. Which sentence? Correct both problems.
“Sizzling on the grill, Mary smelled the steak with relish.”
“Mary is allergic to raw apples and peanuts.”
“Having bought the old piano, it now needed tuning.”
“The engagement party was a disaster, not having realized that Mary had been jailed the previous week.”
“Petruchio almost kissed Katherina as soon as he met her.”
The corrections, definitions and explanations for the daily entries are posted at the end of the week.
The word for today is “dupe”.
List two parts of speech that “dupe” can be.
Define”dupe” and use it in two sentences, one for each part of speech you have identified.