Find, identify and fix the errors in the following pieces.
“Dying seconds of regulation time, the score tied.”
Bob Duff, “Prout earning stripes”, The Windsor Star, Monday, March 11, 2013.
“ ‘This is a dangerous phenomenon, too, in that you have political parties that are totally committed to the electoral aspect of the game who are beginning to pay real attention to who are the people that vote, and then tailoring their communications, their policy agenda to the people who actually vote,’ Evans said.”
Bryan Evans, in a story by Maria Babbage, “ ‘Style tips’ memo urges Wynn-speak”, The Windsor Star, Monday, March 11, 2013.
The word for today is “nymph”.
What part of speech is “nymph”?
Define “nymph” and use it in a sentence that shows its meaning.
BONUS: detail the mythological details of the word “nymph” and receive a GOLD STAR.