Posted by SR on October 07, 2004
In Reply to: Can we say the North Korean? posted by guest on October 07, 2004
: I need help about grammatical errors. I'm not sure if below sentences were written correctly. Could you help me out?
: First question
: " President Bush is trying to bring all of North Koreas neighbors together in a coalition, but Kerry thinks that this is wrong and the US should go back to one-on-one with North Korea even though this is what brought the nuclear nightmare that America is facing today. But he blamed *the North Koreans* getting nukes Bushes fault when the materials for building them came under the prior administration "
: Could you tell me why the last sentence used * the North Korean*? Can we say the North Korean
: second question
: " To judge this debate as if it were a forensics tournament is to miss the point. "
: why does a sentence above use "forensics"? Is forensics noun or adjective in this sentence?
: Thanks in advance
To the second question above, from Merriam Webster,
Main Entry: 2forensic
1 : an argumentative exercise
2 : plural but singular or plural in construction the art or study of argumentative discourse.
- Forensics Brian from Shawnee 07/October/04
- Grammar Word Camel 07/October/04