Common English Errors: Grammatically speaking, For and Since are both prepositions which can be used in a sentence to express a specific time or period of time depending on the context.
Common Grammar Errors in English: Contrary to what many believe, past and last cannot be used interchangeably. They are used to describe different conditions of an event with regards to a particular period or phase of time.
Common English Errors: When you talk about a situation in the past when you tried harder to achieve something and succeeded in it, then you usually use ‘was able to’ or ‘managed to’.
Common Mistakes in English: The prevalent misuse of “Flagship” among tech journalists in context of release of a new smartphones has made it difficult for many English learners to comprehend the actual meaning of the word.
Common English Mistakes: It’s quite common to come across a lot of people use “According to me” when they simply want to say “In my view/opinion”.
Blame it on the learning process and the social dynamics, many people tend to mix up countable nouns and uncountable nouns in their daily communications. If you frequent social media on a daily basis, you would see many examples of such mix-up.
Using incorrect tense with “conditional if clause” is one of the many common English errors that are prevalent in India. The prevalence of such errors is understandable since English is a second language in India and the occurrence of conditional if clauses is so rare that people don’t usually stand corrected or learn from the […]
Simple Mistakes in English: Many people, especially in the non-English speaking country, tend to use Seat as a noun. However, there are situations where using Seat as a verb is necessary to convey the message appropriately.
Common Housekeeping Jargon: Do home renovation words confuse you? Here’s a list of housekeeping jargons -words and phrases commonly used in the home designing industry.
Some authors tend to use “her” when they want to speak about a third person in their sentences. Is this done to defeat sexism? Let’s find out.