"He took video of the accident."
"He took a video of the accident."
"He took audio of the accident."
"He took an audio of the accident."
The first two sentences are okay English. Are the last two sentences okay?
Thank you for your reply, billmcd!
I found this by accident:
"Mr. Durand, 26, admitted that he and several others crept onto the Wegmans property three times in 2004, hoping to capture the scene on video. He took video of some hens stuck in the wires and others wandering in the manure pits. "
Could it be NY Times made an error?
It's the troll again.
I'm re-opening the thread at the request of a member who is finding it useful.
I have never heard the term "audio of the accident". What is the use of it? Is it Just recording the sound when the accident occurs?
I have heard about black box but it records many things like speed etc but I haven't been aware of any device recording specifically the audio, so that, we can call audio of the accident.
For what it's worth, there are special devices the sole function of which is recording audio. They're called "voice recorders" or "Dictaphones".
Please note that I'm not a teacher.