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Saturday, March 3, 2007

GRAMMAR QUESTION OF THE WEEK, March 3rd

Correct the errors in the following sentence:

Todays' election day in Alberta all of the partys are promising change but no one among all the people voting are really expecting to see much changes.

Remember that there is more than one possible correct answer.

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6 comments:

Irena said...

Today is Election Day in Alberta. All of the parties are promising a change, but nobody among all of the people that is voting is really expecting to see any changes.
Irena

Veronica Baig said...

That's pretty good, Irena. There's still a subject-verb agreement error. Can you find it?

David said...

Today is election day in Alberta. All parties are promising change, but nobody voting is expected to see much change.

David said...

Today is election day in Alberta. All parties are promising change, but people who are voting are expected not to see any change.

Haifa said...

Today is election day in Alberta. All of the parties are promising change, but no one among all the people voting is really expecting to see many changes.

Veronica Baig said...

David: The first one is better than the second. In #2, put the negative between "are ... expected".
Haifa: Very good:)