Read the following highly overused and trite cliche.
Think about what is written.
Does it make any real sense?
What is implied in "immediately"?
What statement should be used?
"A representative for Chery was not immediately available for comment."
Reuters, Detroit, "Bricklin sues Chery over sour deal", The Windsor Star, Tuesday, July 22, 2008.
This is a tough one.
Explain the difference between "intense" and "intensive".
Use the words in sentences that demonstrate the meanings.
The word for today is "enigmatic".
Define "enigmatic" and use it in a sentence.