Saturday, February 8, 2014

Commas and ans

In "Deadly highway claims 8 lives in 11 days" on CBC News online on January 9, 2014, there was a misplaced comma in the article's third paragraph. The comma after killed should be moved to immediately after six. Also, note the an that immediately precedes SUV. Then,

later in the article there were three error-riddled paragraphs (three perrorgraphs?) in a row. In the first one, the second stuck should be struck. In the second one, where should be were. In the third one, remember how it was an SUV earlier in the article? Well, now it's a SUV, which is wrong. Also, there's no period at the end of that sentence. Click an image to enlarge it.

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