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Common mistakes with verbs

February 18th, 2015 in English Grammar

In this article, we will take a look at some common mistakes in the use of some verbs.

Incorrect: She told to me about it.

Correct: She told me about it.

Rewrite as directed

August 29th, 2014 in English Grammar

Rewrite the given sentences.

1. I have never seen such a mess. (Begin with never)

2. He had hardly sat down to rest when someone knocked on the door. (Begin with hardly)

Joining two sentences using a conjunction

August 17th, 2014 in English Grammar

Combine the following sentences using an appropriate conjunction.

1. It was a very nice place. We decided to live there.

2. It was very dark. We couldn’t see anything.

After all and at all

August 5th, 2014 in English Grammar

After all

This expression is used for saying that something is true in spite of what was said, done or planned before. When after all is used with this meaning, it usually goes at the end of the clause.

Using did

January 28th, 2014 in English Grammar

Did is mainly used in questions and negatives in the simple past tense.

‘Did you meet Jane yesterday?’ ‘No, I didn’t.’

‘Did she commit suicide?’ ‘Yes, she did.’


January 22nd, 2014 in English Grammar

A predicate is a group of words that complete a sentence. The subject names the person who performs the action. The predicate does the rest of the work.

Common subordinating conjunctions

January 20th, 2014 in English Grammar

An adverb clause is a type of subordinate clause. It always begins with a subordinating conjunction and it needs to be attached to a dependent clause because it cannot stand alone.