PROVING MY POINT
To appreciate the following example, please read yesterday’s introductory blog statement about correctness in writing and then read the entry below.
Identify and correct the error in the following piece.
“Or more to the point, why many allowed themselves to become so beholden to Ambassador Bridge owner Matty Maroun that they would put their state in economic peril.”
Editorial Opinion, “Ohio and DRIC”, The Windsor Star, Friday, November 18, 2011.
The word for today is “repugnant”.
What part of speech is “repugnant”?
What other parts of speech can be made from “repugnant”?
Define “repugnant” and use it in a sentence that shows its meaning.
CORRECTIONS & EXPLANATIONS
corrections and explanations for this week’s entries will be posted Sunday.