MONDAY PUN DAY
Just read them and laugh.
“I wondered why the baseball kept getting bigger, then it hit me!”
“They told me I had type A blood , but it was
a Type- O.”
ARE THERE ERRORS HERE?
Read the following examples and determine whether or not there are errors in them. If you think there are errors, identify and correct them. If you think there are no errors, make your case.
“This despite the fact that the demand for cataract surgeries is rising as the baby boomers hit retirement age, said Oxford, a retired Peel Region police officer who moved with Rose to Amherstburg in 2009.”
Brian Cross, “A’burg couple angry as date for surgery set, then cancelled”, The Windsor Star, Monday, October 21, 2013.
“For instance, we are major crop producers, but our road signs regarding this are muted.”
Randa Odeh, “Time to wake ‘sleeping giant’ Windsor”, The Windsor Star, Monday, October 21, 2013.
The word for today is “recalcitrance”.
What part of speech is “recalcitrance”?
Define “recalcitrance” and use it in a sentence.