MONDAY PUN DAY
Here we go again.
“A grenade thrown into a kitchen in France would result in Linoleum Blown apart.”
“A soldier who survives mustard gas and pepper spray is a seasoned veteran.”
DIFFERENT COMPOSITION ERRORS
Find, identify and correct the errors in the following pieces. Do not forget correct spelling.
“The Conservative government is easing Canada’s energy efficiency regulations for light bulbs, in a move that will alien standards with the United States and provide more consumer choice — but allow less-efficient bulbs and result in smaller energy savings and greenhouse gas reductions.”
Jason Fekete, Postmedia News, “Government relaxes green-light-bulb rules”, The Windsor Star, Saturday, October 5, 2013.
“It’s harmless to society, and it’s more harmful with our current approach because it’s only creating a black market that fuels gang-related crimes, weapons, trafficking and a myriad of things that make society worse,” said Momot.
Nikolai Momot, in a Rebecca Wright story, “Pot-rally participants take tokes in public”, The Windsor Star, Monday, October 7, 2013.
“Each arpeggio had shape and precision. Her playing is dynamic, but never lacks emotion. While she was riveting in the fast movements, it was the second movement Largo where Min played her best.”
Ted Shaw, “Franz strikes right notes in classical debut”, The Windsor Star, Monday, October 7, 2013.
The word for today is “orotund”.
What part of speech is “orotund”?
Define “orotund” and use it in a sentence of your own creation.