You can’t be fuller than full
Air France crash sparks pilot mystery
It promised a fuller interim report which could say more about the causes of the crash in July.
I have come to respect Reuters News Service for its abillity to set the standard in the news media. I recently read an article published on line by your news agency and was completely disgusted with the reporter’s inabillity to use propper grammar.
The word ‘fuller’ may not be used as it was here. The word “complete” might have been used instead in reference to a more detailed report.
I am sure your editors can do a better job at vetting these sophmorish grammatical errors.
You’re right, fuller was not the word we wanted there.
Also, I believe the word you wanted in your last sentence was sophomoric: GBU Editor
One of the two flight recorders from the Rio-Paris Air France flight is displayed before a news conference at the BEA headquarters in Le Bourget, northern Paris, May 12, 2011.