My faves -
He and she "...were married ... in the church. So ends a friendship that began in their school days....."
"...a chance to get rid of those things not worth keeping around the house. Don't forget your husbands."
Too true!!! XD
(Easy 10 points!) Please correct any errors on a short essay of mine!?
I thought you said it's a short essay...
1 - "from Brielle in the Netherlands..." The comma separates them unnecessarily
2 - "influence on them, so was hoping to contrast..." Your sentence is long, so you have to separate it into readable parts
3 - "differences - what distinguishes their cultural..."
4 - "Dutch" It's a language, so it has to be capitalized
5 - "speaks English fluently (and that it's not uncommon to find English speakers in the Netherlands), whereas in my interview with Audrey her primary language is English, yet the Irish have their own language based on Gaelic known as Gaelige."
6 - "understand the people, so they coerced them into speaking English, which likely started..."
7 - "learning Irish anymore, though it's taught..."
8 - "The next question that I asked..."
9 - "was what kind of foods they eat there."
10 - "Remarkably enough, the foods..."
11 - "love" not "lowe"
12 - "(and even prided...)" It's not a new sentence, so it can't be capitalized
13 - "Dutch" Nationalities must be capitalized
14 - "They also have toppings for them such as bacon, cheese, mussels, and even garlic sauce!"
15 - "in Ireland she, instead, has meals..."
16 - "hamburgers - though she also mentioned..."
17 - "Tripe, literally, is an..."
18 - " In Ireland, a whole cuisine..."
19 - "because the large production of meat gathered for the British Empire Cork had developed..."
20 - "animal leftovers"
21 - "(though more commonly referred to now as pudding)"
22 - "Next, I inquired about what kind..."
23 - "told me that religion is very diverse in the Netherlands, though most..."
24 - "Christian" "Catholic" Religions must be capitalized
25 - "In Ireland, however, mostly everyone is Catholic..."
26 - "is very devout..."
27 - "Next, I asked..."
28 - "One they celebrate that appeals..."
29 - "holiday on May 5th, their Liberation Day." Like other holidays like Christmas, the holiday must be capitalized.
30 - "Easter, but they also..."
31 - " bishop who used to live in Turkey and was raised by a rich family."
32 - "Eventually, he is supposed..."
33 - "He is supposed..." not "He I supposed..."
34 - "(black men in...)"
35 - "delivers presents to children..."
36 - "been bad, however, would have..."
37 - "(a load of twigs bound together)."
38 - "6th, but instead of receiving gifts, he distributes..."
39 - "town, and that hundreds of years ago its peopel defeated..."
40 - "Audrey told me that, in addition to Christmas, one of their main holidays is the same as one we celebrate here - St. Patricks Day."
Should people with colds etc. be prohibited from public contact where they work.?
Dude I hope you didn't finish your meal when you saw the waitress sneeze like that. But yeah, people who has to handle and serve food should not work if they have a cold. Otherwise in other public areas, the worker should at least wear gloves and mask. ewww.
Need a wee bit more information: what grade/age of students? in USA or another country? parochial school or public? just students or parent involvement?
I mean you can have a cultural day, like a Cinco De Mayo Day, where students show country pride. (done this one) You could have a wear Red and decorate your school for Red Ribbon week, for an anti-drug theme. (done this one) You could have a jog-a-thon to raise money for something or someone. (dont this one) You could suggest families bring in their gently used age appropriate books and do a book exchange on campus. For every book a student brings in, they get to pick one (not their own) back from the piles of books. (dont this one)
I am a server at the Bradley, Illinois IHOP. You are allowed one free short stack (3 of our famous buttermilk pancakes) for dine in only. We just ask that you make a donation (preferably the amount you would have paid for the pancakes) to our charity: the Children's Miracle Network. The money donated goes to your local hospital. For the Chicago area, that would be the Chicago Children's Miracle Network hospital. We have a goal of raising $5,000,000 in five years. You can check out our website at www.ihoppancakeday.com for more information.
This may be a bit late in answering your question but today (Tuesday Feb. 5th) is more or less an internationally recognized pancake day seeing as how it is the day before Ash Wed. as mentioned by many members previously.
Many restaurants celebrate this. IHOP has offered a special deal for the day but due to today in the U.S. being Super Tuesday where they vote IHOP is giving a free short stack to customers next Tuesday (Feb. 12th).
So celebrate Pancake day/Mardi Gras/Fat Tuesday/and so on today as I have and get a free short stack next tuesday!
Yes, it was actually a publicity stunt by the "ihop" fast-food services, they are specialized in pancakes! This takes place on 23, February. Where you can get free Pancakes from them. (As far as i know there is no limit!)