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Most common English Grammar mistakes Today, I ‘m simply posting a handy infographic from Grammar.Net. In this infographic, they have enlisted 10 most common grammar mistakes that learners tend to make. [Infographic provided by Grammar.net] Now, let’s review these mistakes. 1. Apostrophe: Always remember the difference between contraction and apostrophe. More often students confuse possessive forms with apostrophe. For example, they tend to use its instead of it’s. 2. Comma after introductory phrases: Many phrases that are used as linkers follow a comma. Some of these linkers are: – for example – according to me – to summarise – to encapsulate – firstly, secondly, thirdly, …., finally – …
In this blog post, you will find 12 most commonly confused words. Many IELTS candidates make mistakes with these words either in terms of spelling or their usage. So, I’m taking this opportunity to show you what mistakes you could make.
Most common and important grammar points Today, I’m posting this cool infographic from an artist. In this infographic, there are 10 very very important English grammar points. These are also some of the common English grammar mistakes that students often make. So, learn them thoroughly. Of course, you can learn a great deal from this infographic. Here are some quick notes on these important grammar points. 1. apostrophe: This is used to show the ownership of something. Usually with plurals, you don’t use “s”. With singular nouns, you can use “s”. For example, Sujan’s, My sister’s but not our sisters’s. Here you can use our sisters’ This is …
This blog post explains few common mistakes that candidates make not just in IELTS but while using English in general.
Read and learn the correct usage of this simple grammar.
This post explains the requirements of Task Response. What do you mean by Task Response and how you can achieve higher points for task response. It also points to some of the common mistakes by students in general.