Posted by laurajane
on Dec 4, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Like many other PR Daily readers, certain writing errors annoy me.
For example, I can’t stand the misuse of “comprise” and “compose, or using a hyphen when a dash is called for. I hate seeing the word “irregardless.”
Over the last several months, I’ve noticed a very basic, obvious error with greater frequency.
What is wrong with this sentence?
The emergency medicine director said taller people with broad shoulders do need larger protective garments then the universally sized ones available.
How about this one?
It usually takes less...