-- Google Ad on The Luck Key (jblueafterglow.blogspot.com) on December 28, 2008
One letter doesn't belong. Can you see it?
Firstly, let's just assume, nay, make an educated guess, that reponse should be response. Moving on. "...more than a 1,000 toys..." Argh! How stupid is that? Seriously. It's the equivalent of, "...more than a one thousand toys...". Either drop the a, eh, or type thousand instead of 1,000. Simple stuff, right?
A few metres away was a washroom door with the label Ladies, not Lady. Seven days earlier I noticed a different error around the corner. I wonder what I'll find in that building next week!
As a sports/hockey writer in Canada, the offending writer should definitely know that the title is Coach's Corner. Tsk tsk. "He told me that he saw Don Cherry and Blue his dog. And I said, 'Pardon!'"
I challenge you, dear readers, to show me a better/worse one-sentence paragraph.
It affects their career and it can render your life plan out-of-date.
Okay, students: a = singular; women = plural. Please submit possible corrections.
With that nickname, instead of the correct Grizzlies, perhaps they would have succeeded. Nah, they would have still sucked. Big Country, anyone?
After not capitalizing the specific Prime Minister and misspelling the word research, less optimism surrounds the writer's demise.
In the showmart:
On Angie's side The is not italicized in its lone appearance, whereas on Oprah's side it is italicized one of the two times. It should be italicized all three times. As for the quotation marks, I personally believe that the opening quote preceding remarked should be omitted.
Would the name also off begin customers? I would think it's not good business to off any customers, but I'm from Canada..
I found it odd that the couple in their mid-60s had a four-year-old daughter, but then in the next sentence it's revealed the four-year-old had a husband. Seems like the four-year-old wasn't actually a four-year-old, was she? Unless she was born on February 29, and she was four but really sixteen and had married young. But another source has the four-year-old as a forty-one-year-old, so factual error it is.
Each quarter will be posted after it is completion? Ummmm, no - it's should be its.
-- "Tick, tock: Breeder hell" in Vancouver 24 hours on November 14, 2008
Noteable was spelled correctly in the article itself, but I'm wondering how the article ended.
If they came to Canada then they chose B.C., but if they come to Canada then they choose B.C.
SHAZABAM - you've just been registered in its/it's 101.