FYI: The title is grammatically correct if you put the stress on the right word.
ALACK! ALAS! OUR ENGLISH IS DECAYING
Here is another too true happening. Thank you Facebook contributor.
DOUBT THAT/DOUBT WHETHER/DOUBT IF
“Doubt that”, “doubt whether” and “doubt if” are similar expressions but their individual meanings are slightly different.
Explain the exact meaning and correct usage of each expression.
Create sentences using “doubt that”, “doubt whether” and “doubt if” correctly.
The word for today is “discretionary”.
What part of speech is “discretionary”?
Define “discretionary” and use it in a sentence.
HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY, AMERICA
CORRECTIONS & EXPLANATIONS
Corrections and explanations for this week’s entries will be posted tomorrow, Friday.