MONDAY PUN DAY
Here is more silly word play for your enjoyment.
“Those who jump off a bridge in Paris are in Seine.”
“A man’s home is his castle, in a manor of speaking.”
HOW MANY CAN YOU FIND?
There are lots of mistakes in the following examples. Find, identify, explain and correct all of them.
“In a subsequent interview with AM640 host Lorne Honickman, Ford said: ‘I am not a crack addict. I’m not an addict of any type of drug, even alcohol, I’m not an alcoholic.’ Honickman, who acted as the mayor’s lawyer once, relayed questions posed by listeners wanting to know if he does drugs or, more specifically, crack. ‘You’re denying that on the air, correct?’ Honickman asked. The mayor, his voice growing testy, responded: ‘I’ve said it ten thousand times, no. I don’t know how much more clearer I can be.’ ”
Rob Ford, in a Natalie Alcoba of Postmedia News story, “Toronto mayor vows to ‘make changes’ ”, The Windsor Star, Monday, November 4, 2013.
“This will be evidence in the extortion charge against Mr. Lisi. The case is now in the hands of the Crown, they will go to court with this, so we’re not the people to ask.”
Natalie Alcoba, of Postmedia News story, quoting Mark Pugash in her story, “Toronto mayor vows to ‘make changes’ ”, The Windsor Star, Monday, November 4, 2013.
The word for today is “insuperable”.
What part of speech is “insuperable”?
Define “insuperable” and use it in a sentence.