I’m all for customizing the language to suit your needs, but I’ve got some “pet peeve” words that are often used incorrectly.
See if you know which word is correct in the following sentences.
1. Anita Martini’s all-liquid and beer nuts diet wasn’t working, so she started an intensive
of exercise by walking to the mailbox once each day, then lying inert on the couch till nightfall.
2. The hostage negotiator worked feverishly to
the tense situation by placating the perpetrator, but realized it was his own son, and he never listened.
3. If I’d known you were coming to my house today, I
□ Would of
□ Would have
baked a cake, cooked up a stew, brewed you some slammin homemade beer. Or just ordered a pizza.
Answers in tomorrow’s post! Y’all come back now, y’hear?