Please correct every error in the sentences below.

1. African leaders are speaking out against a tradition in which widows with a relative of their dead husbands because it helps to spread HIV.
2. The Ferrari was driven by a woman with stunning headlights.
3. In F. Scott Fitzgerald's short story, Babylon Revisited, Charlie ends up losing his daughter Honoria grieving for his wide.
4. A gorilla eats a banana faster than a nun.
5. Bertha Belch, a missionary from African will be speaking at six o'clock p.m. at Calvary Church. Come hear Bertha Belch all the way from Africa.

my attempt:
1. not sure.
2. The Ferrari, with stunning headlights, was driven by a woman.
3. In F. Scott Fitzgerald's short story, "Babylon Revisited," Charlie is grieving for his wife, ends up losing his daughter Honoria.
4. not sure.
5. Come hear Bertha Belch, a missionary from Africa, will be speaking at 6 p.m. at Calvary Church.

sry i have a couple more sentences:
6. For those of you who have children and don't know it, we have a nursery downstairs.
7. Please place your donation in the envelope along with the deceased person(s) you wanted to remember.
8. Miss Charlene Mason sang "I Will Not Pass This Way Again", giving obvious pleasure to the congregation.
9. The sermon this morning, "Jesus Walks on the Water," will be followed by another sermon tonight: "Searching for Jesus."
10. If my grandmother races the mare too hard, my brother has refused to rub her down.

my attempt:
6. For those of you who have children; we have a nursery downstairs, if you do not know it.
7. not sure how to fix
8. Miss Charlene Mason sang, "I Will Not Pass This Way Again," giving her obvious pleasure to the congregation.
9. THe sermon this morning is "Jesus Wals on the Water," and will be followed by another sermon tonight "Searching for Jesus."
10. not sure how to fix it.

How To Work With Common And Proper Nouns?

#1 These women are not doing this to spread HIV on purpose, it is the tradition.

#2 yes

#3 ...<While> Charlie is grieving for his wife <he>...

#4 Gorillas eat nuns?

#5...Africa, <she> will be speaking...

#6 yes

#7 Do you place the deceased in the envalope?

#8 what gave pleasure? her singing or, the idea that she would not pass this way again?

#9 2 things, you typoed walks and, the second sermon, will it be given while searching for Jesus or, on the subject "Searching for Jesus"?

#10 so if grandmother runs the mare too hard, your brother wont give a rub down to grandma? or, the mare?

I'm still not too sure on how to fix number #9.

my attempt:
The sermon this morning, "Jesus Walks on the Water," will be followed by another sermon on the subject "Searching for Jesus" tonight.

The surmon this morning, "Jesus walks on the water", will be folowed tonight with the surmon "Searching for Jesus"

# 10 replace <her> with <the mare>.

Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
8 months ago

1. African leaders are speaking out against a tradition in which widows are expected to with a relative of their dead husbands, as it contributes to the spread of HIV.

4. A gorilla can eat a banana faster than a nun.

7. Please place your donation in the envelope along with the name(s) of the deceased person(s) you wanted to remember.

10. If my grandmother races the mare too hard, my brother has refused to rub the mare down.

Regarding how to work with common and proper nouns:

Common nouns refer to general things, such as animals, objects, or concepts, and are not capitalized unless they begin a sentence. Examples include banana, nun, and sermon.

Proper nouns, on the other hand, refer to specific people, places, or things and are always capitalized. Examples include Africa, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Calvary Church. When referring to a specific work, like a short story, book, or song, it should be put in quotation marks or italicized, depending on the formatting guidelines.

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