22 August 2014

*NUMBER CHANGE*

If the sentence is singular, change it to the plural; if it is plural, change it to the singular.

When our children went to the lakes north of here, they swam in the shallow parts of those lakes, canoed in other places, took photographs of some spectacular birds, hiked through the forests, and slept in tents at night.

6 comments:

rehabo said...

When my child went to the lake north of here, he swam in the shallow part of this lake, canoed in another place, took photograph of one spectacular bird, hiked through the forest, and slept in tent at night.

Yu Jin said...

When my child went to the lakes north of here, he swam in the shallow part of that lake, canoed in other place, took photograph of one spectacular bird, hiked through the forest, and slept in tent at night.

Liudmila said...

When my child went to the lake north of here, she swam in the shallow part of that lake, canoed in another place, took photograph of a spectacular bird, hiked through the forest, and slept in a tent at night.

Audrey L said...

When my child went to the lakes north of here, he swam in the shallow part of that lake, canoed in other place, took photograph of one spectacular bird, hiked through the forest, and slept in tent at night.

Olena140 said...

When my child went to the lake north of here, he swam in the shallow part of that lake, canoed in another place, took a photograph of a spectacular bird, hiked through the forest, and slept in a tent at night.

Michael said...

Good try, rehabo and Yu Jin. But don't forget to include an article before the countable nouns.

Liudmila, you just missed one article.

Audrey, there are a few errors in your sentence.

Excellent job, Olena140!