A MUST READ
Congratulations! There is a column in today's Windsor Star written by Janice Kennedy of the Ottawa Citizen called "Worrying about words in today's world" which reinforces everything I have been trying to convey about the need for the correct use of the English language.
Please read Ms. Kennedy's article and take it to heart.
Find and correct the error in the following piece.
"If their tour bus hadn't have hit a patch of black ice on a Minnesota highway and flipped into a ditch, they may never have set foot on the Battala Rock star stage."
Rita Poliakov, "Band's fate turns in crash," The Windsor Star, Tuesday, September 8, 2009.
The word for today is "plurality".
What part of speech is "plurality"?
Define "plurality" and use it in a sentence.