Common Spoken Grammar Mistakes in English PDF

Common spoken Grammar Mistakes in English PDF!

When someone uses grammar incorrectly do you make an assumption about his or her intelligence or education? Like it or not, words, spelling, and punctuation are powerful and can leave a lasting impression on others.

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Here is a list of some example mistakes that you must have to avoid to speak like a professional.

Common spoken Grammar Mistakes Examples

Here is the tabular list of common spoken grammar mistakes in English:

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I told him every thing what he asked. I told him everything that he asked.
Such boys came whom I did not recognize. Such boys came as I did not recognize.
I played with the same bat which you did. I played with the same bat as you did.
1 do not like him going there daily. I do not like his going there daily.
Let us now take his leave. Let us now take leave of him.
This is the table whose leg was broken. This is the table a leg of which was broken.
It is between you and I. It is between you and me.
Only you and me have succeeded. Only you and I have succeeded.
Either you or he have broken the pen. Either you or he has broken the pen.
Neither the teacher nor the students was in the class. Neither the teacher nor the students were in the class.
Neither John nor you has paid. Neither John nor you have paid.
Anyone of you have broken this chair. Any one of you has broken this chair.
Everyone of them were at fault. Every one of them was at fault.
Each of us have a pen. Each of us has a pen.
None of the boys were present. None of the boys was present.
Gulliver’s Travels are worth-reading. Gulliver’s Travels is worth-reading.
Crossing the river, the sun appeared from the clouds. When we crossed the river, the sun appeared from the clouds.
The teacher along with his students have come. The teacher along with his students 535 come.
The house with all its furniture have been sold. The house with all its furniture has been sold.
He said that he is ill. He said that he was ill.
How much has this book costed you? How much has this book cost you?
Your brother, and not you, deserve the prize. Your brother, and not you, deserve the prize.
We will be rewarded in the next world for what we will do here. We shall be rewarded in the next world for what we do here.
He as well as his parents live in this house. He as well as his parents live in this house.
I am very obliged to you. I am much obliged to you.
He is very surprised at it. He is much surprised at it.
It is a much interesting book. It is a very interesting book.
She is much tired. She is very tired.
I am much pleased with it. I am very pleased with it.
He was much sorry for it. He was very sorry for it.
She was asked to say little more. She was asked to say a little more.
She dislikes these kind of things. She dislikes this kind of thing.
Has she bought some books? Has she bought any books?
The Great Akbar loved music. Akbar the Great loved music.
Ravi is a famous river. Ravi is a famous river.
Indus is a largest river in Pakistan. Indus is the largest river in Pakistan.
He is a M.N.A. He is an M.N.A.
My sister is M.A. in the English. My sister is M.A. in English.

 

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