THREE IN TWO
There are three errors in the examples cited below.
Find, identify and correct the errors.
“By then even the province of Ontario started to horn in on the racket by collecting licensing fees of $100,000 and more per hall, plus ‘fees’ that were two percent of the gross. A tax by any other name.”
Chris Vander Doelen, “Bingo’s good old days gone”, The Windsor Star, Tuesday, November 15, 2011.
“There’s a sense that the Americans get it in a way that they didn’t before. That if we inflict economic damage on ourselves that al-Qaida could never have done to us, then the terrorists win.”
Postmedia News, “Harper, Obama set to unveil border agreement”, The Windsor Star, Tuesday, November 15, 2011.
The word for today is “lubricious”.
What part of speech is “lubricious”?
Define “lubricious” and use it in a sentence that demonstrates its meaning.
HINT: identify the root and the meaning becomes clearer.