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 […]
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.
What is the correct way to mention an attachment? Let’s find out.
Visit any Facebook Page and you will cringe at the degree of syntax errors people commit pretty innocently. One of those most frequently committed errors is the confusion between “Few” and “A Few”.
Sometimes, we want to express thoughts in a way that both talk about a hypothetical instance in relation to a condition.
Whether you want to use “seen them talk” or “seen them talking” depends entirely on how much of the action you have witnessed.