Posted by Smiley (I NEED MS.SUE OR WRITEACHER!! HELP!!) on .
Which Sentence sounds better: (Also pick one word in the parenthesis that correctly fits in the sentence.):
1. Joseph Paul DiMaggio was one of the greatest baseball players.
2. Joseph Paul DiMaggio was one of the greatest baseball players (of/in) his era.
3. Joseph Paul DiMaggio was one of the greatest baseball players (in/of) the world.
** Also, in sentence 2, should I capitalize the letter "e" in era?
I would say #2 = of his era, and no, it is not capitalized.
3. . . . players in the world.
which sentence is correct, #2 or #3?
SraJMcGin chose #2 & Ms. Sue chose #3.
I do not know which one to choose.....
All three sentences are correct with the inclusion of the right preposition.
Both 2 and 3 are better, though, because they include more information.