From Zoe Brownlee:
Nailed it, says Lawrence.
Too precious, but when are the students taught the word “an”? Or is it a online school?
Why too precious? Exactly what this marvellous singer does. Reductive and uncharitable comments seem to be a specialty here.
If you hover your mouse’s pointer over the image and click on “View Image,” the image comes up as full size; there appears (to me at least) to be a very faint “n” penciled in.
BTW, re: “online schools.” for 26 years I organized and presented the chamber-music performing-arts series at Thomas More College in New Hampshire (our Chauncey Devereaux Stillman Distinguished Visiting Artist was Nathaniel Rosen, who sometimes comments here). I realize that the student body was a self-selected population; but, the degree of college-preparedness of the home-schooled students was very high, on a level with brick-and-mortar, storied-history prep schools. Please don’t equate early-years home-schooling with “non-schooling.”
The “n” is there (see John Marks’ comment).
You don’t live in the real world, do you?
So it is, one of the needed “ns.” My apologies to that student. I’ve been reading too many online forums lately, where “no one cares about grammar.”
We love Lawrence Brownlee and are fortunate that he works so often here in Chicago.
Showed this to a friend of mine who is in the chorus of San Francisco Opera and has sung with Brownlee. He also has a daughter of about the age that could have done this worksheet. He was very tickled by it.
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