CORRECT SENTENCE STRUCTURE TAKES SOME EFFORT
Identify and correct the errors in the following pieces. Be sure to give reasons for your choices. Three is the magic number.
“What can Canada hope to do about all of this? Perhaps a fair bit.”
Michael Den Tandt, Postmedia News, “Religion begins at home”, The Windsor Star, Monday, January 9, 2012.
“It was one of those head-scratching comments U.S. voters have come to expect from the former Massachusetts governor over the course of his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, the kind that makes people wonder if he actually practices his stump speech before he delivers it.
You know, to hear how ridiculous it sounds.
Because, of course, Romney has no real life understanding of what it’s like for regular Americans to worry about ending up on the unemployment line or meeting the next mortgage payment.”
Sheldon Alberts, Postmedia News, “Doubts remain over Romney’s campaign”, The Windsor Star, Monday, January 9, 2012.
The word for today is “exiguous”.
What part of speech is “exiguous”?
Define “exiguous” and use it in a sentence that shows its meaning.