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Common mistakes people make in your society during speaking listening reading and writing English?

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Ronald Miller on May 8, 2018

Common mistakes in Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening . A very common error that exists in each segment of the language learning including speaking, reading and writing in our society is that people want to learn through translation. They do not think in the language, in its place, to translate their thoughts. A Natural way of learning any language is the way in which a child uses. A child uses the form of name, and to express thoughts. Copy the facial expressions and pronunciations and is kept in the mind that makes something. To overcome the habit of translating things, one must use the English to English dictionary instead of a bilingual dictionary. To use the thesaurus is another good idea. One can easily introduce the new words by using English-English dictionary and thesaurus. . Another mistake people make in everyday life to learn words in isolation without considering its context. Different words may have different meanings in different contexts. In addition, if the words are used in Slang, below, stand out by something very different from your word with the meaning of a word. For example, "What's up" is slang. Has the same meaning as "How are you?" But if one takes each word of this expression and translate, then, that no doubt mean something different. Some words can be used as verbs as well as nouns, but people mistakenly misinterpret the sentences, if you can't tell the difference between parts of speech. . It is observed that many people are mistaken with the use of the form of the past participle main verb with the helping verb "did" in the prayers. It is a grammatical mistake often people do not care. For example, "I don't want the ed to ruin their dreams." It's a bad sentence, the correct grammar is "I don't want to ruin their dreams." . In scripture, many people use "Their" and "There" interchangeably wrong word in the wrong place. Mistakenly using "Your" instead of "No" when they want to refer to a particular place. And in a similar case that the use of "No" when you want to write a plural possessive pronoun. There are many other words that are used wrongly. For example, "Effect" and "Affect", . "Where", "Is" and the "Tear". "Then" and "Than

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