TWO FOR ONE
There are two errors in the following piece.
Identify and correct the errors and explain why they are errors.
“ ‘It feels good anytime you can score and help out, but being 4-0 is more important,’ said White, an ex-Leafs.”
Star News Services, “Lindstrom finds new defensive partner”, The Windsor Star, Tuesday, October 18, 2011.
TWO FOR ONE AGAIN – WOW! HOW COULD THAT HAPPEN?
There are two errors in the following piece and they do not resemble the errors in the first example above.
Hint: think of the word “consistency”.
Find, explain and correct the errors.
“I could understand if Occupy Windsor were protesting Ontario’s disastrously rising debt. After all, every one of us will spend the rest of their lives paying it off – and the younger you are, the more you will pay.”
Chris Vander Doelen, “A case of crisis envy”, The Windsor Star, Tuesday, October 18, 2011.
The word for today is “hegemony”.
What part of speech is “hegemony”?
Define “hegemony” and use it in a sentence that shows its meaning.