Posted by John on Saturday, June 13, 2009 at 2:43am.
1. He found the article at the lost and found office.
2. He found the article at the Lost and Found Office.
(Which expression is correct?)
3. 2+5 =7
Two plus five is seven.
Three multiplied by six eqals eighteen.
Ten subtracted from eight leaves two.
6. 36 ¡À 4= 9
Thirty-six divided by 4 makes nine.
(Are the expressions all correct?)
English - Writeacher, Saturday, June 13, 2009 at 8:59am
1 is probably more common than 2, unless there is a specific office with a sign over it that says Lost and Found Office. So both are correct, depending on whether there's a specific sign.
3 - 6 are all good; check the spelling of "equals" though.
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