To check if there are any mistakes in these sentences.
- In countries like Australia and New Zealand, winter begins on June 21 while in countries like Spain, Sweden and Bulgaria winter starts on the June 21.
- A well-known product of one of her inventions is the flat-bottomed paper bag which we still use in our daily life to mainly carry our stuff in them.
- Tigers are very strong animals with long bodies, large heads and short legs.
A well-known product of one of their inventions is the flat-bottomed paper bag, which we still use in our daily lives, especially to carry our things in.
Tigers are very strong animals with long bodies, big heads and short legs.
I think you mean December
starts on December 21
starts on the 21st of December
The definite article does not work with the month. It only works with the number. The only time I can think of that the definite article will work with the month is something like this.
The December before last.
Also, it’s a good idea to keep it consistent and use the same date format for both dates.
This is a little confusing and I’m not positive if I understand what it’s saying.
A well known use for one of her products…
One of her well known inventions is the flat-bottomed bag…
or maybe some other meaning?
#3 is OK as-is