Daily Diagrams 41-50
|Day 41. ESPN has been hyping the NBA draft
so much that even I can't wait to turn on the TV this evening and watch it
|Day 42. Five of the top thirty players
selected in the NBA draft played for the University of Kentucky in the
2009-2010 season, which makes one wonder why the Wildcats didn't win the
2010 NCAA championship.
|Day 43. Does he know the difference between
a direct object and the object of a preposition?
|Day 44. Thinking of a new diagramming
challenge each day can be challenging.
|Day 45. Much of what science does today with
inductive reasoning was attempted by philosophers of old with deductive
|Day 46. Distracted by what he considered
inane and unnecessarily accusatory questions, the witness stumbled
repeatedly in the middle of sentences, from which he was unable to
extricate himself gracefully.
|Day 47. I'm not sure what she said, but she
might have asked what you meant when you said that the word what
can be both a relative pronoun and an interrogative pronoun.
|Day 48. Did you celebrate the holiday
yesterday, or will you celebrate it today?
|Day 49. Each year I look forward to the Tour
de France, although I do not own a bicycle.
|Day 50. Holland's victory over Uruguay
yesterday guarantees an all-European 2010 World Cup championship game;
moreover, if Germany beats Spain tomorrow, the final two teams will
represent adjacent countries.
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