“Have you concidered Springwood Central State School?”
Well, I was considering it until I realised that the people they employ to make their ads don’t even know how to spell “considered”!
Okay, where to begin… The third paragraph doesn’t need a comma because there’s only one adjective (“reliable”), not a list of them (“professionals” is the noun).
Also in the third paragraph, “all your families” should be “all your family’s”, unless they’re specifically addressing people with several families, in which case there should be an apostrophe after the s (i.e. “families'”).
If I wanted to be really pedantic, I could also say that there should be a semicolon (or a full stop) in the first paragraph, rather than a comma.
A few years ago, I came across an online ad for eBay. Here is is:
Is it a shirt with the sleeves in the air? Is it a rabbit head wrapped in curtains? You tell me!
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