22 January 2015


Correct the errors in the following sentence:

I am always eating my dinner late while I get home at 8:00 pm but the food is warmed quick in a microwave we brought at a neighbours garage sale.

Solutions will be posted in the next edition of the blog.


Liudmila140 said...

As I always get home at 08:00 p.m., I eat my dinner late, but I quickly warm up the food in the microwave that we have bought at the neighbour’s garage sale.

Olena140 said...

I always eat my dinner late when I get home at 8:00 p.m., but the food is quickly warmed up in the microwave we bought at a neighbour's garage sale.

Michael, as you pointed out here: http://englishskillsblog.blogspot.ca/2014/10/grammar-question.html I can use the p.m/a.m. in lower case as long as I add the the periods. understand your preference but choose to use the lower case for consistency with my previous answer.

Michael said...

No worries, Olena.

I will post the full solution soon.