Common Grammar Errors in English: Contrary to what many believe, past and last cannot be used interchangeably. They are used to describe different conditions of an event with regards to a particular period or phase of time.
Never Say “Couldn’t Able to” – It’s Wrong
Common English Errors: When you talk about a situation in the past when you tried harder to achieve something and succeeded in it, then you usually use ‘was able to’ or ‘managed to’.
What the Heck is a Flagship Smartphone?
Common Mistakes in English: The prevalent misuse of “Flagship” among tech journalists in context of release of a new smartphones has made it difficult for many English learners to comprehend the actual meaning of the word.
Why You Should Avoid “According to Me” Expression
Common English Mistakes: It’s quite common to come across a lot of people use “According to me” when they simply want to say “In my view/opinion”.
How to Use Quantifiers with Uncountable Nouns
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How to Use the Correct Tense with Conditional If Clause
Using incorrect tense with “conditional if clause” is one