Common Spoken Grammar Mistakes

(Last Updated On: December 5, 2017)

Common Spoken Grammar Mistakes:

Title Grammar Mistakes in English
Grammar Mistakes in English
  • Incorrect : I have visited [Any Place Name] last month.
  • Correct: I visited [Any Place Name] last month.
  • Incorrect: If I will visit [Any Place Name], I will meet you.
  • Correct: If I visit [Any Place Name], I will meet you.
  • Incorrect: All person need water to drink.
  • Correct: All people need water to drink.
  • Incorrect: People likes my song.
  • Correct: People like my song.
  • Incorrect: Everybody like my song.
  • Correct: Everybody likes my song.
  • Incorrect: You speak Hindi good.
  • Correct: You speak Hindi well.
  • Incorrect: Aren’t I cute?
  • Correct: Am I not cute? or Amn’t I cute?
  • Incorrect: The people is coming.
  • Correct: The people are coming.
  • Incorrect: Do you like a glass of wine?
  • Correct: Would you like a glass of wine?

Common Grammar Mistakes in English

  • Incorrect: There is seven girls in the class.
  • Correct: There are seven girls in the class.
  • Incorrect: He came and asked my book.
  • Correct: He came and asked for my book
  • Incorrect: Who is knocking the window.
  • Correct: Who is knocking at the window.
  • Incorrect: I promise I call you next week.
  • Correct: I promise I’ll call you next week.
  • Incorrect: He explained me the matter.
  • Correct: He explained the matter to me.
  • Incorrect: The life is hard.
  • Correct: Life is hard.

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  • Wrong: How many childrens you have?
  • Right: How many children do you have?
  • Wrong: My brother has 10 years.
  • Right: My brother is 10 years old.
  • Wrong: Myself Sarafu.
  • Right: I am Sarafu.
  • Say to a person.
  • Wrong: I belong to Kerala.
  • Right: I am from Kerala.

Said/ Told.

  • Wrong: She said me that she liked cricket.
  • Right: She told me that she liked cricket.

Double verbs.

  • Wrong: I enjoy eat non vegetable.
  • Right: I enjoy eating non vegetable.
  • Wrong: We started read new book.
  • Right: We started reading new book.
  • Wrong: I’m interested in learn Hindi.
  • Right: I’m interested in learning Hindi.

For.

  • Wrong: I thank you for help me.
  • Right: I thank you for helping me.
  • Wrong: Most of people use cell phones these days.
  • Right: Most of the people have cell phones these days.
  • Most people have cell phones these days.
  • Wrong: Some of people enjoy learning English.
  • Right: Some people enjoy learning English.
  • Wrong: lot people enjoy learning English.
  • Right: Lot of people enjoy learning English.
  • Wrong: You like Play with me?
  • Right: Would you like to Play with me?
  • Wrong: Some American people hate ice cream.
  • Right: Some Americans hate ice cream.
  • Wrong: Muslim people fast during Ramadan.
  • Right: Muslims fast during Ramadan.
  • Wrong: Christian people celebrate Ester.
  • Right: Christians celebrate Ester.
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  2. Some of the Common Grammatical Errors Are
    1. Use of ‘past tense’ with ‘did’-
    Examples. I didn’t broke, I didn’t had the phone with me. She didn’t ate anything
    2. Use of ‘was” after “if”
    Example. If that was the case.

  3. A sentence should have only one past tense verb

    The most common mistakes that I have come across is using two past tense verb in same sentence.

    For example, “I did not felt pain”. In this sentence the user has used ‘did not’ and ‘felt’ – both past tense.

    The correct usage would be – “I did not feel pain ” or “I didn’t feel pain”.

    Means we need to use feel instead of felt.