How did you get on? Alternatives aren't always obvious:
- COURT TO TRY SHOOTING DEFENDANT
When shooting is read as a verb, it makes you think the court are going to shoot the defendant!
When you read shooting as an adjective, it makes you aware of what the defendant is being accused of.
- PRISON FOR DROWNING CHILD
When drowning is read as an adjective, it makes you think a drowning child is going to be sent to prison.
When drowning is read as a verb, it makes you aware of why the prisoner is being sentenced.
- NEW YORK DOCTOR SACKED
When new is read as a proper noun it refers to the city name.
When new is read as an adjective it describes a doctor from York.
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