Common Grammatical Errors while Speaking English

Common Grammar Mistakes

English as an official language plays a vital role in turning your dreams into reality.

Seek academy, being the Best English speaking institute in Delhi provides the Veteran faculty to provide you the ultimate experience in learning English.

All of us know how important is it to speak in English? But, speaking correct English also plays a significant role.

Imagine you meet somebody who speaks in English, but wrong English!

What impression will you have about that person?

Not that good…right?

So, my lovely readers today I am going to share some common grammatical errors that one tends to make while speaking in English.

· Use of wrong Tense

A lot of people start talking about their past using present tense. Even I have encountered a lot of people talking about historical events using present tense. It is like you have almost revived Shah Jahan , who already had died long ago.

For example:

a) Wrong: Shah Jahan is the fifth Mughal Emperor of India.

OR

Correct: Shah Jahan was the fifth Mughal Emperor of India.

b) Wrong: I did not went to School.

OR

Correct: I did not go to School.

· Say or Tell

A lot of people often get confused where to use “say” or “tell”?

Say: It means expression of ideas.

Tell: It is used to provide information in written or spoken form.

For example:

Wrong: Say me something about yourself. (Here we are not expressing something, instead we are asking for information.)

Correct: Tell me something about yourself.

· Using comparatives/superlatives together

In a sentence one should not use comparative and superlatives degrees of Adjective together.

Wrong: She has done more better in her examinations.

In this sentence better is the comparative degree of adjective good and more is the comparative degree of adjective much.

Correct: She has done better in her examinations.

· Does versus Do:

A lot of people get confused with do and does. Does is used with singular form of subject and Do is used when subject is plural, I or you.

Wrong: Does you cook food?

Correct: Do you cook food?

· Redundancy:

Redundancy is the unnecessary repetition of words in a sentence that makes the sentence unattractive.

Wrong: Repeat again the sentence.

Repeat means say again.

Correct: Repeat the sentence.

· Misuse of pronouns:

People often get confused with his, hers and its. If you are unaware about an animal’s gender, never use his or her with that.

Wrong: I am going to narrate a story: The Dog and his bone.

Correct: I am going to narrate a story: The Dog and its bone.

So, Readers next time when you speak in English, keep the list in mind.

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