Grammatical errors common grammar mistakes

Grammatical errors common grammar mistakes

English language learners make some grammatical errors common grammar mistakes while speaking or writing English.

Grammatical errors meaning: Something you have done which is considered to be incorrect or wrong in relation to grammar.

Do you know that these grammatical errors common grammar mistakes are made by many learners of English in different parts of the world?

 

Here are some grammatical errors examples and some grammatically incorrect sentences along with their corrections.

Grammatical errors Common grammar mistakes
Grammatical errors common grammar mistakes

Grammar errors/ grammatical errors common grammar mistakes

1.

  • Had you come to Brazil? Tom (incorrect)
  • Have you ever been to Brazil, Tom? (correct)

2.

  • We are going to a picnic. (incorrect)
  • We are going on a picnic. (correct)

3.

  • I am difficult to learn Chinese. (incorrect)
  • It is difficult for me to lean Chinese. (correct)

4.

  • I am come from Brazil. (incorrect)
  • I am from Brazil / I come from Brazil. (correct)

5.

  • Would you please don’t ask me this question? (incorrect)
  • Would you please not ask me this question? (correct)

6.

  • I had told you I am from Brazil. (incorrect)
  • I have told you before that I am from Brazil. (correct)

7.

  • I am so boring today. (incorrect)
  • I feel so bored today. (correct)

8.

  • Nancy went to abroad to further her study. (incorrect)
  • Nancy went abroad to further her study. (correct)

9.

  • She sent her pic to me for long time ago. (incorrect)
  • She sent me her picture a long time ago. (correct)

10.

  • I’m sorry, my computer has a problem. (incorrect)
  • I’m sorry, there is a problem with my computer. (correct)

11.

  • What time of a day now in your country? (incorrect)
  • What time is it now in your country? (correct)

12.

  • How much is the temperature? (incorrect)
  • What’s the temperature? (correct)
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Grammatical errors common grammar mistakes

13.

  • Don’t feel anger with me! I’m just kidding. (incorrect)
  • Don’t be mad at me! I’m just kidding. (correct)

14.

  • Is he a saler? (incorrect)
  • Is he salesman? (correct)

15.

  • How are you this week? (incorrect)
  • How have you been this week? (correct)

16.

  • She will be great help for you. (incorrect)
  • She will be of great help to you. (correct)

17.

  • Where is the students come from? (incorrect)
  • Where do the students come from? (correct)

18.

  • Would you mind close that window?
  • Would you mind closing that window?

19.

  • What sport are you interest? (incorrect)
  • What sports are you interested in? (correct)

20.

  • He told me there is no another way. (incorrect)
  • He told me there was no other way. (correct)

21.

  • I like very much it. (incorrect)
  • I like it very much. (correct)

22.

  • My father is teacher. (incorrect)
  • My father is a teacher. (correct)

23.

  • My friend is a cooker. (incorrect)
  • My friend is a cook. (correct)

24.

  • Janet must can do it. (incorrect)
  • Janet must be able to do it. (correct)

25.

  • That accident was owing to human error. (incorrect)
  • That accident was due to human error. ( correct)

Owing to is not used after the verb to be.

26.

  • He set off early not to miss the train. (incorrect)
  • He set off early in order not to /so as not to miss the train. (correct)

27.

  • Since it’s my birthday on Saturday, so I’m having a party. (incorrect)
  • Since it’s my birthday on Saturday, I’m having a party. (correct)
  • It’s my birthday on Saturday, so I’m having a party. (correct)

28.

  • Who did build this university? (incorrect)
  • Who built this university? (correct)

29.

  • My friend likes it and I also. (incorrect)
  • My friend likes it and so do I. (correct)

30.

  • My friend hasn’t got any money and I haven’t. (incorrect)
  • My friend hasn’t got any money and neither have I. (correct)

31.

  • I am not satisfied with the new equipments. (incorrect)
  • I am not satisfied with the new equipment. (correct)

32.

  • I wish you to stop talking. (incorrect)
  • I wish you would stop talking. (correct)

33.

  • I wish I would help you. (incorrect)
  • I wish I could help you. (correct)

34.

  • I wish a cold drink. (incorrect)
  • I hope a cold drink. (incorrect)
  • I want a cold drink. (correct)

35.

  • During I was working, my mom called me. (incorrect)
  • While I was working, my mom called me. (correct)

36.

  • I will find a good job by the time I’m 25 years old. (incorrect)
  • I will have found a good job by the time I’m 25 years old. (correct)

37.

  • I got my mobile stolen yesterday. (incorrect)
  • I had my mobile stolen yesterday. (correct)

38.

  • Leave out of my house. (incorrect).
  • Get out of my house. (correct)

39.

  • I got three brothers. (incorrect)
  • I have got three brothers. (correct)

40.

  • He asked me where was I from? (incorrect)
  • He asked me where I was from? (correct)

 

Try to avoid these grammatical errors common grammar mistakes while speaking or writing English.

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