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The sentence "I went to Kristen's house last night" is an example of a sentence with an incorrect verb, since the correct verb would be "went". This is just one of many mistakes that must be corrected before the sentence can be written correctly. Mistakes such as these can cause some confusion. Figure out what grammar rule has been broken and then fix it! Consider consulting a grammar guide for more help. Today we will talk about some common mistakes in English grammar, and how to avoid them. The first type of mistake is misspelling. This may seem like a silly mistake to make, but you would be amazed at how many students misspell words that they should know how to spell. The best way to avoid this mistake is to double check every word in the paper, even if you are sure it is spelled correctly. Another way to avoid spelling mistakes is not using abbreviations or acronyms unless you are certain what they stand for (for example, "PhD" could stand for "doctorate of philosophy" or "pain in the rear"). Another common mistake that English speakers make is subject-verb disagreement. This is when the subject of the sentence is singular, but the verb is plural (or vice versa). This causes some confusion. A general rule to help you avoid this mistake is to make sure that your subject and verb match. For example, if you are talking about "Bob" and "his friends" or "the kids" you should use the singular conjugation of verbs (the word on top of the subject, not underneath). If you are talking about "Bob and his friends" or "the kids and Bob", you should use the plural conjugation of verbs. Another common mistake that English speakers make involves pronouns. This mistake can be avoided by understanding that pronouns replace nouns . For example, if you are talking about Mary, and she is standing up to leave, you would say this: "Mary is leaving" (not "She"). The word "she" is a pronoun standing in for the noun "Mary". Another example of pronoun usage would be: "Mallory brought her friend to Mary's party." Here we notice that the word "her" is replacing the noun name of Mallory's friend (instead of using Mallory's name or saying something like "the girl that Mallory brought"). A common mistake that English speakers make involves using single quotation marks around a quote instead of double quotation marks. This mistake makes it seem as if you are speaking when in fact someone else said it. To avoid this mistake, make sure that your single quotation marks come in at the beginning and end of your quote and that they do not reach outside the quote. Also, make sure that you do not use double quotation marks to speak (instead of single quotation marks). A common grammar mistake involves using the wrong word. There are many different words in English with similar meanings; some words can mean almost anything, while some words have very specific definitions. When you use a word with a very specific definition, you lose meaning in your sentence. Consider avoiding these words altogether. If there is no other way to say what you mean, look for synonyms (words with similar meaning) until you find one that works for you. cfa1e77820

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