13 October 2016

*NUMBER CHANGE*

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

The first participant to make the correct changes will receive the bonus mark.

The view from my window is quite extraordinary. It is one of the lake with a mountain in the background. On the shore of the lake, I can see a deer grazing. The wind rustles through a tree and a leaf falls to the ground.

3 comments:

Nichole M. said...

The many views from my windows are quite extraordinary. They are of lakes with mountains in the background. On the shores of the lakes, you can see many deer grazing. The wind rustles through the trees and leaves falling to the ground.

Brad Letourneau said...

The views from my windows are quite extraordinary. Many of the lakes have mountains in the background. On the shores of these lakes, I can see several deer grazing. The wind rustles through several trees and the leaves fall to the ground.

Michael said...

Well done, both of you.

Nichole -- there is an error in your last sentence that makes it a fragment; can you see it?