> Find the error, its impossible
> 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
> Did you know that 80% of UCDS students could not find the error above?
> Forward this to at least 5 people with the title 'Find the error, its impossible', and when you click 'Send', the answer will be right in front of your eyes!
I tried this, and got nothing.
other than the "its" should be it's
Is the error that there are no commas? I have no freakin' clue, and have never been to class one of college. If they can't figure it out, I am not sure I had the right answer. I am thinking the same thing you said, is it a trick question type of problem?Thus the comma suggestion. Let me know please I want to know! lol
the error is that it says it's impossible...yet 80% of people couldn't, meaning that 20% could...which means it's not impossible
It's impossible to find the error, because no error exist.
Are ya sure it isn't USDC.... i think 80% of UCDS students would be 0...
p.s. herbert , the error is "above"
bay area LL (loyal listener)
The error is that it should be 0 through 19 not 1 through 20.
The lack of an apostrophe is categorized as punctuation, not grammar. The grammar part comes in because the statement is actually two run-on sentences. Both phrases have a subject and a verb. Let's assume the run-on sentence is good the way it is written. That takes us back to punctuation. Besides the lack of apostrophe in the word its (used here is a contraction of the words it is), the two phrases probably should be have a semi-colon as opposed to a comma AND there is no period at the end of the [run-on] sentence.
And, since UCDS is a pre-school (age 3 thru K) & an elementary school (grades 1 -5), it would make sense that whatever the "real" error is, most of the students are too young to figure it out. http://www.ucds.org/explore_ucds/about_ucds/at_a_glance.html