English Common Errors
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English Common Errors

Recognize and Overcome the most common English mistakes made by English language learners worldwide
4.3 (19 ratings)
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1,697 students enrolled
Created by Ahmad Rabiee
Last updated 4/2019
English
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What you'll learn
  • You will Recognize the most common english Mistakes and Correct yourself
  • Understand the role your first language plays when learning English
  • Establish an understanding of the distinction between English and your Native Language
  • Speak and write English as if it were your native tongue!
  • Improve your English skills with a fun and comprehensive guide and avoid all the common mistakes
  • Get more confidence both in English communication and Writing
  • Improve Your English Grammatical Mistakes
Requirements
  • The willingness to improve their English
  • Basic Understanding of English Language
Description

You made an English mistake, and you’re feeling so embarrassed! Are you tired of making the same mistakes in English again and again?

Your face feels hot and you’d like to disappear. That’s okay. Embarrassment is universal, and everyone makes mistakes when learning a new language. Often, when you’re learning a new language, embarrassment occurs as the result of a spoken or written error.

But you need to make mistakes in order to learn better! End the bad habits that can leave the people you talk to confused.

The Lessons in this course warn you of hundreds of typical mistakes learners make and explains the reasons behind the mistakes, so you can correct yourself in the future.   This course discusses - and gives tips on how to overcome the most common English mistakes made by English language learners worldwide.

Improve your English skills with this fun and comprehensive guide and avoid all the common mistakes, such as:  

1. Using the wrong preposition 2. Misuse of the infinitive 3. Use of the wrong tense 4. Miscellaneous examples 5. Un-English expressions

At the end of this course: You will  

  • Speak and write English as if it were your native tongue!

  • Recognize the most common English Mistakes and You will be able to  Correct yourself

  • Understand the role your first language plays when learning English

  • Establish an understanding of the distinction between English and your Native Language’


This Course has been designed to meet the requirements of students whose mother tongue is not English, Its main  

purpose is to help to correct the common mistakes to which foreign learners of English are liable.  

The method adopted throughout this work is uniform. All the errors dealt with are singled out, for they have to be recognized before they can be corrected: then correct forms are substituted for incorrect ones; finally, simple explanations are given wherever necessary to justify particular usages. Exercises are set at the end to ensure that the principles may become firmly fixed in the students' minds.

The difficulties tackled are real, and the examples arc representative of the mistakes commonly made by foreign students of English, being the result of observations made over a long period of time.

Much care has been given to the preparation of the Course  

Please Contact us for any Questions & Problems 

Ahmad Rabiee , Founder and Manager of Englishvid 


Who this course is for:
  • Intermediate / advanced level English language learners
  • Students preparing for English exams
  • speakers who want to improve their English language
  • students who are willing to correct themselves and improve their Grammar
Course content
Expand all 26 lectures 02:18:27
+ Using the Wrong preposition
7 lectures 45:41
Part 1
07:20
Part 2
05:37
Part 3
07:03
Part 5
06:26
Part 6
06:16
Part 7
06:28

In this exercise , You will need to choose the correct preposition for each verb , noun , adverb  or Adjective 

Exercise 1 Using the Wrong Prepositions
10 questions

In this exercise , You will need to choose the correct preposition for each verb , noun , adverb  or Adjective 

Exercise 2 Using the Wrong Prepositions
10 questions

 Use to or at in these sentences 

Exercise 3 Using the Wrong Prepositions , At or To
10 questions

Use at, in or on in these sentences.

Exercise 4 Using the Wrong Preposition , in & on or at
10 questions
+ Misuse of Infinitive
4 lectures 15:25
Part 1
03:46
Part 2
04:17
Part 3
03:30
Part 4
03:52

 Put a suitable gerund

Exercise 1 Misuse of Infinitive
10 questions

Select the correct word , Infinitive or Gerund 

Exercise 2 Misuse of Infinitive
10 questions
+ Use of the wrong tense
4 lectures 25:35
Part 1
05:59
Part 2
06:23
Part 3
06:47
Part 4
06:26

 Supply the correct tense,

Exercise 1 Use of Wrong Tense
10 questions

 Supply the correct tense,

Exercise 2 Use of Wrong Tense
10 questions
+ Different types of Misused forms
5 lectures 30:42
Part 1
08:15
Part 2
06:01
Part 3
06:06
Part 4
04:57
Part 5
05:23

 Put relative pronouns in each of the following sentences 


Exercise 1 Miscellaneous Examples , Relative Pronouns
10 questions

 Put interrogative pronouns in each of the following:

Exercise 2 Miscellaneous Examples , Interrogative Pronouns
5 questions

 

Comparative or superlative ? 

Exercise 3 Miscellaneous Examples , Comparative and Superlative
5 questions

 Complete the following, adding question phrases

Exercise 4 Miscellaneous Examples , question phrases
5 questions

Choose the correct one 

Exercise 5 Miscellaneous Examples , Double Negative
5 questions
+ Un-English expressions
5 lectures 19:11
Part 2
03:55
Part 3
04:14
Part 4
04:15
Part 5
01:49

Choose the correct form

Exercise 1 Un-English Expressions
10 questions