Punctuation and Ambiguity
By Charlie Griffin,2014-01-03 08:43
Each of the following excerpts has an ambiguity, which is a word or phrase with more than one
meaning. While poets make their living off ambiguities, engineers and scientists are often sued
for ambiguities. For each excerpt, identify the source of the ambiguity: (1) improper syntax
(word order), (2) missing comma, (3) unclear pronoun reference, or (4) grouping of conflic..