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common errors in English usage

common errors in English usage
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Discourse Markers

Discourse Markers
Discourse markers are expressions that are used to show how discourse is constructed. They can show the connection between what a speaker is saying and what has already been said or what is going to be said; they can help to make clear the structure of what is being said; they can indicate what speakers ...

Lexical/Grammatical Collocations: Patterns and Examples 4

  Benson, Benson, and Ilson (1986) categorized English collocations into two classes: lexical collocations and grammatical collocations (with 7 and 8 types respectively); lexical collocations are made up only of verbs, adjectives, nouns and adverbs in different possible combinations while grammatical collocations contain words such as verbs, adjectives or nouns combined with a preposition or a ...

Cambridge – Michael McCarty – English Collocations In Use.pdf 2

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Simple Future Tense

Simple Future Tense
Simple Future Tense Let’s study The Simple Future Tense Now. Here, in this post we have provide you a simple but complete and easy explanation about Simple Future Tense. The simple future tense expresses the actions happen at one particular time in the future. Example: It will snow tomorrow. I shall watch TV tonight. The ...

Collocations with “heavy” by R.E.Jones

Some collocations with heavy CERTAIN TYPES OF WEATHER You can talk about: a heavy snowfall / heavy snow a heavy frost heavy rain a heavy storm heavy (storm) clouds (But probably not, for example, a heavy typhoon or a heavy typhoon). WORK SCHEDULES You can talk about: a heavy schedule a heavy workload heavy day ...

Using the Wrong Preposition (Misused Forms 2) 4

Using the Wrong Preposition (Misused Forms 2)
Using the Wrong Preposition Most common collocation mistakes which usually Non-native English learners commit. Deprive of, not from: Don’t say: Nelson Mandela was deprived from his freedom. Say: Nelson Mandela was deprived of his freedom. Die of an illness, not from an illness: Don’t say: Many people have died from Malaria. Say: Many people have ...

Adjectives 1

Adjectives
In grammar, an adjective is a word whose main syntactic role is to modify a noun or pronoun, giving more information about the noun or pronoun’s definition. Some examples can be seen in the box to the right. Collectively, adjectives form one of the traditional English eight parts of speech, though linguists today distinguish adjectives ...

How to Use Gerunds and Infinitives? 1

How to Use Gerunds and Infinitives?
The gerund and infinitives are used many different cases, such as subject, object, complement, sometimes after the prepositions like “to” and sometimes after certain verbs. Here we have provided you the most complete information on infinitives and gerunds , the usage of them and also some exceptions in using them. A. The gerund is used ...