SO MUCH TO LEARN ABOUT CORRECT COMPOSITION
Find, identify and correct the errors in the following pieces.
“Much of the consultation was done in response to direct contact with staff,” Scantlebury said. “There were questions of why are we doing this, it’s disruptive? It disturbs schedules.
Dave Waddell, quoting Scott Scantlebury in a story, “No treats”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, October 30, 2014.
“ ‘This is us, this is what we are, we’ve been around for 90 years,’ he said. ‘It’s intrinsic with our organization and we have a very strong women’s auxiliary.’ ”
Derek Spalding, in a story, “U of W women take stand over Caboto policy”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, October 30, 2014.
“But the questions (for instance): Is a new and even higher level of government ‘support’ — that is, subsidies — now expected as a right by the international automotive industry?”
Chris Vander Doelen, in a column, “Nothing more to give Ford”, The Windsor Star, Thursday, October 30, 2014.
The word for today is “impetuosity”.
What part of speech is “impetuosity”?
Define “impetuosity” and use it in a sentence that you create.
CORRECTIONS & EXPLANATIONS
All corrections and explanations for this week’s entries will be posted tomorrow.