This article is about Bee Gees Robin Giv who was involved in an airport bust up when he refused to let security search his bag. This headline consists of no verbs or determiners. It consists of a noun; the noun is Bee, which is the singer actual name. The headline is not Standard English as it is a nonsense headline as it is made up of nonsense words. However it still means something. Headline 2. Beyonce (Noun) in (preposition) Battle (verb) of (preposition) the (determiner) divas (noun). (Lite 24th November 2008) Beyonce attended the awards, where other female singers joined her, which mean she was competing against them.Order now
The headlines consist of a verb, which gives us the information of what Beyonce is doing. The noun gives us the name of the person e. g. Beyonce The determiner tells us whom beyonce is battling with as it joins the sentence together to show this extra bit of information that beyonce is battling against the divas. The headline uses standard grammar, however the last word in the headline is a slang word for young girls. Headline 3- Dad’s (noun) the (determiner) word (noun) for (preposition) Hollywood (noun) a-listers (noun). (Daily express,26th November 2008).
This article is about a new age dad who is launching his own film about his own experiences. No verbs are used. A noun is used, as it is a noun phrase, determiners are also used. Standard English is used in this headline, however dads the word is a phrase that could be used to add a bit of humour into the headline. By adding humour into the headline it grabs the readers attention. Headline 4:- “Gangs (noun) stabbings (verb) filling (verb) hospitals (noun) ” (daily Express,26th November 2008). The number of people admitted to hospitals for stab injuries has increased.
The verb stabbings has been used in this sentence, however this could also be a noun as stabbing would be a verb as you are stabbing someone but stabbings is a fact that you are telling which could make stabbings a noun. Nouns are also used in this sentence to tell us where this is taken place. No determiners are used. Stabbings pre modifiers the noun gangs, which is post modified by prepositional phrase filling hospitals. Headline 5- War (Noun) on (preposition) the (determiner) home front (noun phrase) (Metro, Monday, November 3 2008) The article tells us about the soldiers who are returning from a war zone into civilian life.
No use of omission consists of Standard English. The noun phrase war is post modified by the prepositional phrase on the home front. The headline consists of the preposition on which indicates the present tense. This means the issue much more current and up to date. There are also no verbs. Task 2-Pedant’s Revenge. There are mistakes which are we a surround by everyday; these mistakes may be in leaflets, billboards, newspapers. These mistakes could be either minor or even major mistakes. The mistakes, which are made, could be either grammar, punctuation and even spelling blunders are made.
Here are a few examples showing us these mistakes I have found. The first mistakes are a mistake I have found on a charity leaflet. The mistake made is grammatical LADIES, GENTS, CHILDRENS CLOTHING, BLANKETS, SHEETS, SHOES, BAGS, CURTAINS, BELTS, BATH , HAND TOWELS, UNDERWARE, COSMETICS, TOILETRIES, PERFUMES, CD’S, VIDEOS’S. The following sentence should have been used with the following conjunction for it to be grammatical acceptable. LADIES, GENTS, & CHILDRENS CLOTHING, BLANKETS, SHEETS, SHOES, BAGS, CURTAINS, BELTS, BATH AND HAND TOWELS, UNDERWARE, COSMETICS, TOILETRIES, PERFUMES, CD’S, VIDEOS’S.
Another mistake, which I had found within this same leaflet, was: ‘Please put items into the plastic bag/ bags leave visible driver could see. ” This sentence is easy to understand, however it is grammatically not acceptable. “Please put items into the plastic bag/s and leave it visible for the drive to see. ” The sentence should have been written like this so it grammatically makes sense. The third mistake I have found is off a t-shirt. This mistake is made deliberately however it is a mistake, which is made in this spelling, and also wrong punctuation is used. The word you’re used instead of the word your.
There is also no need of the apostrophe to be present. This is grammatically wrong.. The fourth mistake is a spelling error. “Lock your car or loose it”. The word loose should be spelt lose and not loose. Mistake 5 “Comming soon” this is a spelling error as coming does not consist of two ms it only consists of the one m. Mistake 6 A menu in a restaurant has a mistaken on it. “Double chees”. This is grammatical not correct as it is not spelt correctly, however when pronouncing the words out it sounds correct. Mistake 1 and 2 Mistake 3 Mistake 4 Mistake 5 Mistake 6.