Dr. John’s Grammar Quiz #6


Quiz #5 was a toughie. The problem lies in the word, “replete.” It means “way more than enough.” Like “replete with 10 swimming pools.” It’s misused here, suggesting only “having” or “equipped with.”

Grammar Quiz # 6  Ok, you sharp-eyed Writercare fans, can you spot the glaring grammatical error in this sentence? “Eduardo’s long career hit a milestone recently; he published his tenth book.”

 

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