Latin Words

Every sentence contains an error. Please find it and type the corrected version into the box below each sentence.
  • 1

    According to the latest opinion polls the government is doing very badly and trialing well behind the opposition.

  • 2

    Are you in agreement with the new proposal or putanother way are you in flavour of it?

  • 3

    This is a complete reversal of the terms as they were originally laid out in the last will and testament.

  • 4

    The scheme was to try and rise the morale of the workers and make them feel more cheerful.

  • 5

    The detective came to the conclusion that the crime had been commissioned by person or persons unknown.

  • 6

    To act in this disgraceful manner can only be described as contemptuous by anybody's standards.

  • 7

    They've sent far too many of these items and thus they are supercilious to our requirements.

  • 8

    This document must be regarded as containing an officiousregulation as it comes from a government department.

  • 9

    He's always losing his temper, shouting and getting himself into a terrible state of range.

  • 10

    I can borrow you a little money if you like because as they say, every little helps.

Author: Alan Townend