See the newspaper headline that will make teachers cry
By TettehK | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 504 views
We are have many news outlet that comes out with different type of news. Before this newspapers are released, it is ensure that it is of no mistakes before coming to the general public. The Auditor general makes sure it is of no mistakes. Its grammatical content is correct.
There was this newspaper that came out with the headline * A man kills himself and run away *. This so surprisely, how can a man kills himself and run away again. Does that means the dead body run away or what. A lifeless body running away can be too shocking.
Thinking about it, did they audit the work before bring it out. Teachers are willing trying their best, how can a teacher teach English Language and this would happen again.
Is the English the main problem now. Because dead body running away can be very strange or can it be that it happen in the spiritual realms . We are yet to think about it and find out how it happened.
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