TRY TO FIX THIS ONE – GOOD LUCK!
Give it your best remedial shot. I will do the same, and tomorrow, when I publish the corrections and explanations, we can compare.
“If you agree with that, Dilkens is your man to replace Francis — or so Dilkens says. And if you’re against it, Millson’s your man. Or even if you’re for it, because Millson is promising both: keeping everything the same, like property taxes, but changing everything else that’s been so screwed up under Francis, Dilkens, Payne and the rest of council. Or so Millson says.”
Chris Vander Doelen, “Running from the fringe”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, October 2, 2014.
The word for today is “discernment”.
What part of speech is “discernment”?
Define “discernment” and use it in a sentence that demonstrates its meaning.
CORRECTIONS & EXPLANATIONS
Corrections and explanations for this week’s entries will be posted tomorrow.