SCHOOL IS BACK – IT’S A PUN DAY
Enjoy these educational word-plays.
“I always prayed before my trigonometry tests. I was hoping for a sine from above.”
“I didn’t understand the math, so the teacher summed it up for me.”
“Decimals have a point.”
“The English Teacher felt odd after being fired: it was post-grammatic stress disorder.”
“Teaching history is old news.”
(Thanks to punoftheday.com)
I saw an IBM commercial at 9:50 on CBC this morning. IBM needs some new, semi-intelligent copy writers. Doesn’t anybody know the English language? Doesn’t anybody ever proof read? Doesn’t anybody care about how STUPID he makes his company appear to be?
I knew the following was incorrect when I was in grade two. Obviously, the writer of this line skipped that grade.
“… the right amount of eggs …”
Fix the line. Explain why it is not correct.
MY CRUSADE ADDITION
Here is an addendum to my crusade message: I will not buy any product from any company that cannot use the English language correctly in its commercials. (Gawd, I hope I don’t starve to death!)
The word for today is “sarcastic”.
What part of speech is “sarcastic”?
Define “sarcastic” and use it in a sentence.
I am going to change the appearance of this blog very soon. I hope it will be appealing to you and that you will encourage all your friends and relatives to visit regularly.
REMEMBER: This blog is a good educational tool. Use it.