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Spoken English is English which is spoken by people, used in conversations. It will have lots of phrases and incomplete sentences which are understood in context. It is a personal communication, intended for a few. Mostly questions, answers, and short sentences or phrases which express an idea in general.
Here we are going to discuss some useful list of common grammar mistakes you might be making – and how to avoid and correct them with example sentences.
Incorrect: I have a bad news for you.
Correct: I have bad news for you
Incorrect: He sent a message that he would come soon.
Correct: He sent message that he would come soon.
Incorrect: It’s not good to go to an office late.
Correct: It’s not good to go to office late.
Incorrect: We came by the 12:30 o’clock train.
Correct: We came by the 12:30 train.
Incorrect: I want a little quantity of water.
Correct: I want a small quantity of water.
Incorrect: I know him good.
Correct: I know him well.
Incorrect: He asked me that why I had not gone to the marriage.
Correct: He asked me why I had not gone to the marriage.
Incorrect: My sister’s all the jewels have been stolen.
Correct: All my sister’s jewels have been stolen.
Incorrect: I am difficult to learn French.
Correct: It is difficult for me to learn French.
Incorrect: Today, I’ll cut my hair.
Correct: I’ll have my hair cut today.
Incorrect: You like ice cream, isn’t it?
Correct: You like ice cream, don’t you?
Incorrect: I’ll go out after the dinner.
Correct: I’ll go out after dinner.