As you may be aware, the Australian and New Zealand Governments introduced new rules and regulations over the weekend in an effort to control the COVID-19 outbreak. Regardless of your own personal views, ISLPR Language Services will be taking great caution when it comes to protecting our staff, customers, families and friends. Due to the close nature of the ISLPR test (one-to-one testing in a small enclosed room), the sensible thing to do at the moment is heed the advice of the Australian government and health officials and practise social distancing. We believe that, if all citizens heed the advice provided by the authorities, we may be able to reduce the impact this virus will have on our community and, in particular, the health system in Australia.
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As you may be aware from our previous notices, ISLPR Language Services has been keeping up to date with any relevant advice provided by health authorities in relation to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). If you would like to read our latest update, please click here.
Do you know the difference? These three words are homophones and they confuse many people.
Adjectives in English do not become plural if they are followed by plural nouns. The only exception is demonstrative adjectives. Occasionally, a plural noun will be made into an adjective but this is not because of agreement with the noun but because of what the noun refers to, e.g. The Twin Tours disaster led to the deaths of many people.