Common Errors With Word Choice – Part 2

Common Errors With Word Choice – Part 2

Clarity is key when it comes to writing, and word choice plays an essential role in getting your point across. Words are powerful tools and when used correctly, they are all you need to make the audience understand your message. However, words can be hazardous weapons...

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Common Errors with Word Choice – Part 1

Common Errors with Word Choice – Part 1

Should I use this word or that one? Does this sentence mean what I think it means? If you have such a thought, you are not alone. The English language has a lot of words that look, sound, or are spelled alike but that have different meanings and roles. To help you...

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Common Errors With Subject-Verb Agreement

Common Errors With Subject-Verb Agreement

Every sentence has a subject and a verb. The subject and the verb must make logical sense together. In other words, they must agree in number with each other. Below is the list of grammar points regarding subject-verb agreement that have perplexed learners of English...

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Common Errors With Prepositions

Common Errors With Prepositions

From time to time, I see that my students make mistakes with the prepositions they have chosen to use. While native speakers can still understand what you are trying to say when you use a preposition imprecisely, being able to use correct ones will make your English...

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Arrive In/ Arrive At/ Arrive On/ Arrive

Arrive In/ Arrive At/ Arrive On/ Arrive

One of the most common grammar mistakes related to prepositions I see my students make is ‘arrive to’, which doesn’t exist in English. So what are the prepositions that collocate well with ‘arrive’? Let’s find out in the visual below. References Oxford Advanced...

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