List of Common Mistakes In English Speaking PDF

List of Common Mistakes in English speaking!

Below are some of the most common mistakes in English speaking made by most students, in speech, and in writing. Here you will learn what are common mistakes and their solution.

Go through the examples and make sure you understand the corrections this will help you in improving your English skills.

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Common Mistakes List

INCORRECT Every students like the teacher.
CORRECT Every student likes the teacher
INCORRECT  I have visited Niagara Falls last weekend.
CORRECT I visited Niagara Falls last weekend.
INCORRECT  She was boring in the class.
CORRECT She was bored in the class.
INCORRECT  The woman which works here is from Japan.
CORRECT The woman who works here is from Japan.
INCORRECT  She’s married with a dentist.
CORRECT She’s married to a dentist.
INCORRECT  She was boring in the class.
CORRECT She was bored in the class.
INCORRECT  I enjoyed from the movie.
CORRECT I enjoyed the movie.
INCORRECT  Every students like the teacher.
CORRECT Every student likes the teacher.
INCORRECT  Every students like the teacher.
CORRECT Every student likes the teacher.
INCORRECT Although it was raining, but we had the picnic.
CORRECT Although it was raining, we had the picnic.
INCORRECT  She can to drive.
CORRECT She can drive.
INCORRECT  I like very much ice cream.
CORRECT I like ice cream very much.
INCORRECT  Where I can find a bank?
CORRECT Where can I find a bank?
INCORRECT  When I will arrive, I will call you.
CORRECT When I arrive, I will call you.
INCORRECT  I’ve been here since three months.
CORRECT I’ve been here for three months.
INCORRECT  My boyfriend has got a new work.
CORRECT My boyfriend has got a new job. (or just “has a new job”)
INCORRECT  There is seven girls in the class.
CORRECT There are seven girls in the class.
INCORRECT  She doesn’t listen me.
CORRECT She doesn’t listen to me.
INCORRECT  You speak English good.
CORRECT You speak English well.

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INCORRECT  The police is coming.
CORRECT The police are coming.
INCORRECT  The house isn’t enough big.
CORRECT The house isn’t big enough.
INCORRECT  You should not to smoke.
CORRECT You should not smoke.
INCORRECT  Do you like a glass of wine?
CORRECT Would you like a glass of wine?
INCORRECT  There is seven girls in the class.
CORRECT There are seven girls in the class.
INCORRECT  I didn’t meet nobody.
CORRECT I didn’t meet anybody.
CORRECT  My flight departs in 5:00 am.
CORRECT My flight departs at 5:00 am.
INCORRECT  I promise I call you next week.
CORRECT I promise I’ll call you next week.
INCORRECT  Where is post office?
CORRECT Where is the post office?
INCORRECT  Please explain me how improve my English.
CORRECT Please explain to me how to improve my English.
INCORRECT  We studied during four hours.
CORRECT We studied for four hours.
INCORRECT  Is ready my passport?
CORRECT Is my passport ready?
INCORRECT  You cannot buy all what you like!
CORRECT You cannot buy all that you like!
INCORRECT  She is success.
CORRECT She is successful.
INCORRECT It’s seven twenty o’clock.
CORRECT It’s seven twenty.
INCORRECT Your coat is broken.
CORRECT Your coat is torn.
INCORRECT Susan didn’t make a fault anyway.
CORRECT Susan didn’t make a mistake
INCORRECT Would you mind posting this letter for me ? Yes, certainly.
CORRECT Would you mind mailing this letter for me ? Of course not. OR( Not at all )
INCORRECT He becomes better.
CORRECT He got better.
INCORRECT We’ll have a hearing test tomorrow.
CORRECT We’ll have a listening test tomorrow.
INCORRECT I recommend you to take a long vacation.
CORRECT I recommend thank you take a long vacation.
INCORRECT I have great confidence to you.
CORRECT I have great confidence in you.
INCORRECT A year consists from twelve months.
CORRECT A year consists of twelve months.
INCORRECT ’We must conform with the rules.
CORRECT We must conform to the rules.
INCORRECT I congratulate you for your success.
CORRECT I congratulate you on your success.
INCORRECT A year consists from twelve months.
CORRECT A year consists of twelve months.
INCORRECT The mountains are covered by snow.
CORRECT The mountains are covered with/in snow.
INCORRECT The man was cured from his illness.
CORRECT The man was cured of his illness.
INCORRECT It depends from her.
CORRECT It depends on (or upon) her.
INCORRECT Nelson Mandela was deprived from his freedom.
CORRECT Nelson Mandela was deprived of his freedom.
INCORRECT Many people have died from malaria.
CORRECT Many people have died of malaria.
INCORRECT My book is different than yours.
CORRECT My book is different from yours.
INCORRECT Phillipa was disappointed from the low
   
CORRECT Phillipa was disappointed by/about/at the low
   
INCORRECT I divided the cake in four parts.
CORRECT I divided the cake into four parts.
INCORRECT I’ve no doubt for his ability.
CORRECT I’ve no doubt of (or about) his ability.
INCORRECT The woman was dressed with black.
CORRECT The woman was dressed in black.
INCORRECT This is an exception of the rule.
CORRECT This is an exception to the rule.

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