THE USUAL GRAMMAR SLOPPINESS
Find, identify and correct the errors in the following examples.
“Ontario’s Liberal party is asking voters to re-elect them for a fourth term so they can create jobs. But an important study shows that one of the party’s main job creation tools — subsidies — simply don’t work.”
Chris Vander Doelen, “Jobs hurt by handouts”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, May 15, 2014.
“ ‘Investments,’ as Premier Kathleen Wynne, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Windsor Mayor Eddie Francis invariably call them.”
Chris Vander Doelen, “Jobs hurt by handouts”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, May 15, 2104.
The word for today is “dubious”.
What part of speech is “dubious”?
Define “dubious” and create a sentence that demonstrates its meaning.
CORRECTIONS & EXPLANATIONS
Corrections and explanations for this week’s entries will be posted tomorrow, Friday.