Joen Grant notice
rules. Joen Grant of Denver heard a news announcer declare that the head of a youth-employment youth-employment youth-employment program heralded last summer's program as a success. "I always thought that events were heralded before they happened not afterward," she writes. "Shouldn't the announcer have used something like hailed instead?" Yes. Herald means to announce or usher in. As a noun, a herald is a person who proclaims important news or a harbinger, harbinger, a person or thing that announces or gives indication of something something to come. Hail means to acclaim enthusiastically, enthusiastically, and if your youth-employment youth-employment youth-employment program is a success you should acclaim acclaim that enthusiastically.