4 June 2013

**NUMBER CHANGE, June 4th, 2013**



If a sentence is singular, change it to the plural; if it is plural, change it to the singular.
The little boy is going on to the store to buy a gift with his older sibling, but he needs to hurry if he wants to find a good assortment in the store; his older sibling has more experience and will help to guide him to something suitable.

6 comments:

Peggy Ronning said...

The little boys are going to the stores to buy gifts with their older brothers; but they need to hurry if they want to find a good toy in each of the stores; their older brothers have more experience and will help to guide them to the suitable toy.

Veronica Baig said...

PEGGY: Make everything plural that could be made plural, and check the punctuation;-)

Valerie Lefebvre said...

The little boys are going to the store to buy some gifts with their older siblings, but they need to hurry if they want to find good assortments in the stores; their older siblings were more experienced and helped to guide them to things more suitable.

Valerie Lefebvre said...
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Veronica Baig said...

VALERIE:That's close, but there is something more that could be plural, and for some reason you changed the verb time part way through;-)

Katherine Eng140 said...

The little boys are going on to the stores to buy gifts with their older sisters, but they need to hurry if they want to find a good assortment in the stores; their older sisters have more experience and will help to guide them to some suitable gifts.