Common Grammar Mistakes!!! In this lesson, we will learn about some common mistakes with adverbs and how to avoid them.
Below are some common grammar mistakes in English.
Common Mistakes with Adverbs
Common grammatical errors in the use of adverbs in English.
Incorrect: I am much happy to see you.
Correct: I am very happy to see you.
Incorrect: She plays volleyball good.
Correct: She plays volleyball well.
Incorrect: I felt so lonely.
Correct: I felt very lonely.
Incorrect: The house is enough spacious for me.
Correct: The house is spacious enough for me.
Incorrect: Mark told the story in details.
Correct: Mark told the story in detail.
Incorrect: She sang sweet.
Correct: She sang sweety.
Incorrect: He does not know nothing about this matter.
Correct: He does not know anything about this matter.
Incorrect: She was very foolish enough to trust him.
Correct: She was so foolish to trust him.
Incorrect: He does not know to swim.
Correct: He does not know how to swim.
Incorrect: Don’t go in the sun.
Correct: Don’t go out in the sun.
Incorrect: I know him too well.
Correct: I know him very well.
Incorrect: I shall of course do it.
Correct: I shall certainly do it.
Incorrect: Henry is yet at home.
Correct: Henry is still at home.