Monday, November 3, 2008



I suggest there is an error in the unit below. Find it and correct it. Feel free to disagree with this one. Opinions are welcome.

"Palin , herself, isn't gaffe-proof. Her often rambling, incoherent answers...generated fodder for her critics and inspired the hilarious parody by Saturday Night Live alumnus Tina Fey."
Opinion, "Sarah Palin, A double standard at work", The Windsor Star, Monday, November 3, 2008.


The word for today is "eponymous".
Define "eponymous" and use it in a sentence.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The position of the first comma and maybe the use of the ellipsis. The comma should be placed right after Palin without the using the space first. Most people know that the ellipsis means to expect more, there is more to come, and/or to be continued. I suppose it could be used either way, but perhaps the usage of the word 'have' instead of the three dots could look better...?