Please Correct the Grammatical Errors
We’ve just had our second ‘Cheep Tuesday’ at PlayQuest and the word must be going viral on this one. As we were FULL this morning with mad keen bargain hunters (of did they perhaps hear about our amazing ‘Brekky ...
You need a comma after Playquest. The next sentence is not a sentence unless the words left off pull it all together. Remove the word 'As' to correct this. You should have a comma between 'mad' and 'keen'. 'Of' should be 'or', which is probably a typo.
We’ve just had our second ‘Cheep Tuesday’ at PlayQuest, and the word must be going viral on this one. We were FULL this morning with mad, keen bargain hunters (or did they perhaps hear about our amazing ‘Brekky ...
|link comment||answered Aug 05 '13 at 17:09 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
Since you are talking about bargains, you should know at "cheep" is a small squeaky noise that baby chicks make. "Cheap" means inexpensive. "Cheep Tuesday" would be appropriate if you are intentionally using a play on words because you are promoting something with chickens.
|link comment||answered Aug 05 '13 at 17:55 Patty T Grammarly Fellow|
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