Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Tips to save your job

If your job is to write, it's important to produce writing that is free from errors. This article ("Tips to save your kiss" in 24 hours Vancouver on January 18, 2011) shows you what not to do. The second sentence is nonsense, and I see two possible solutions: 1) add What before I'm, or 2) remove is. Then,

more nonsense. I don't know if I even can me use my tongue. What about you? Are you able to you use your tongue?

1 comment:

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