July 7, 2012
Comfort Food for Wordsmiths
“Arts minister, but art thieves. Drugs tsar, but drug dealers. When you put a noun in front of another noun, should it be singular or plural?” Andy Bodle, a subeditor and writer, explains all in a recent post on the Mind Your Language Blog in the Guardian.
News item via Julie Kuma.
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