10 common errors we make in everyday English

1.

Wrong: I myself am Suresh Babu.

Correct: I am Suresh Babu

When introducing self, it is commonly seen that the user pronounces the pronoun ‘and’ and ‘serve’ near him.

2.

Wrong: I have four brothers and three sisters.

Correct: I have four brothers and three sisters.

The current constant tension can not be used for such practical situations. Simple present tense should be used.

3.

Wrong: He does not have a laptop.

Correct: He does not have a laptop.

The subject should not be used after the pronoun (that, he, it)

4.

Wrong: Does he have a car?

Right: Does he have a car?

In the beginning auxiliary verb is used and the main verb shows possession or ownership.

5.

Wrong: (Question) “Is the office today?” (Answer) “There is no office, India is closed today.”

Correct: (Question) “Is today working day?” Or “are we working today?” (Answer) “Yes we are working today or not, we are not working today.”

6.

Wrong: Only this, he is very arrogant.

Correct: That was what I said. She is very arrogant.

To say that “this only” was the wrong way to emphasize what the speaker has already said.

7.

Wrong: Prior to last year, he got very good points. Correct: Prior to last year, he had got good marks.

Phrases that can be used: Last month, Last day before, Last week before.

8.

Wrong: They did not test the test last week.

Correct: They did not test the test last week.

The verb ‘helping’ is the present tense of action and past tense is not there.

9.

Wrong: I can not face this pressure.

Correct: I can not face this pressure.

The meaning of verb confrontation is to manage. ‘After the’ anger and with ‘and then ever’ Up ‘is a preposition. Even the professionals also made this error.

10.

Wrong: What time is it in your watch?

Right: What time is your clock?

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