GRAMMATICAL MISTAKES WHICH RUIN YOUR ENGLISH SPEAKING

Everyday idioms made easy banner

As we all know English is a very funny language but not in the sense of speaking. Today this article is going to help you to speak properly so that you would not be the center of fun for your English speaking.

Incorrect: Both did not come

Correct: Neither came

Incorrect: Both of them did not pass the exam

Correct: Neither of them passed the exam

* In negative clauses, we use ‘neither’ not both

 

Incorrect: each of them sing very well.

correct: each of them sings very well.

*after each and every, we use a singular verb.

 

Incorrect: we are playing tennis every day.

Correct: we play tennis every day.

Incorrect: I am going to school by bus.

Correct: I go to school by bus.

*we use simple present tense to talk about routines and habits. note that the present continuous tense is used to talk about actions and situations that are going on at the moment of speaking.

 

Incorrect: I said him to go.

Correct: I told him to go.

Incorrect: she told that she would be coming.

Correct: she said that she would be coming.

*we use tell with a personal object. we use said when there is no personal object.

Everyday idioms made easy banner

Like this article?

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Linkdin
Share on Pinterest

COMMENTS

Leave a Reply

Explore More

HOW TO BE MORE PRODUCTIVE

    In a world rife with endless distractions, the question and challenge remain how to be more productive at work and in life. The

10 SYNONYMS TO BOOST YOUR VOCABULARY

Synonyms always help us sound more creative in any conversation. It not makes us a sound speaking but also boasts our confidence. There a many

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Get updates and learn from the best

error: Content is protected !!
%d bloggers like this: