It’s not hard to see what’s wrong in the opening paragraphs of this article on Yahoo! Shine:
Of course, we all know that the word duchess isn’t capitalized unless it’s part of the full title, like “Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.” And we can all spot the missing word before “Kate Middleton.” (And by “all” I mean everyone in the English-speaking world except the writers and editors for Yahoo!.)
What could possibly be wrong with this — besides the name of the doctor? He’s Stephen Greenberg and he’s a New York-based doctor, who probably knows you don’t need both a dollar sign and the slangy “bucks”:
So, here we have the writer who again demonstrates her inability to copy a simple name and her ability to screw up a simple fact:
That quote isn’t from Dr. Greenblatt’s receptionist — or even Dr. Greenberg’s receptionist — it’s from Dr. Greenberg’s patient.
At least she got the doctor’s name right, but the name of the hospital (it’s Lenox Hill Hospital) wrong:
Other than getting the facts wrong, capitalizing words indiscriminately, omitting a word or two, neglecting punctuation, and adding a redundant word or two, this article is perfect!