Common English Mistakes

Common English Mistakes

Common mistakes are mistakes that people make all the time. There are severel common mistakes in english. The most common among them are given below.

  • So do I, neither did I; The structure ‘so + auxiliary + subject’ is used to add a positive remark to a positive statement.
  • Neither do I; The structure ‘neither + auxiliary verb + subject’ is used to add a negative remark to a negative statement.
  • Such and so; Such is used before a noun (with or without an adjective), So is used before an adjective.
  • So … that, such … that; Such in ‘ such … that’ is followed by a noun phrase or its equivalent. So in ‘so … that’ is followed by an adjective.
  • Good vs. Well; Good is an adjective. It is used to modify a noun. Well is an adverb. It is used to modify a verb.
  • Everyone / everybody and every one; Everyone / everybody¬†is pronoun. It is used to refer to all the people in a group. Every one refers to each one in a group.
  • Then vs, than; Then is an adverb of time. Than is used for comparisons.

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  1. ahmed 25 December 2016