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One can be eloquent and fluent in speech and yet the errors are there.

19 Common Errors in English Usage

Do not say, He is studying lawyer
      say, He is studing law.

Do not say, It was him
      say, It was he.

Do not say, He is studing doctor
      say, He is studing medicine.

Do not say, When I were young
      say, When I was young.

Do not say, Learning driver
      say, He is learning how to drive.

Do not say, So Therefore
      say, Therefore, or So.

Do not say, They was here
      say, They were here.

Do not say, Marriage talk
      say, Marital talk.

Do not say, Wait me
      say, Wait for me.

Do not say, He is working carpenter
      say, He is a carpenter.

Do not say, We was about to fight
      say, We were about to fight.

Do not say, He or she lacks blood
      say, He or she shorts blood.

Do not say, Peter and James is my brother
      say, Peter and James are my brothers.

Do not say, 12 O'clock
      say, 12 noon or 12 midnight.

Do not say, I win the case at last
      say, I won the case at last.

Do not say, He told me yesterday that he may visit us today
      say, He told me yesterday that he might visit us today.

Do not say, He were annoyed with me
      say, He was annoyed with me.

Do not say, You was tired yesterday
      say, You were tired yesterday.

Do not say, He is strong than me
      say, He is stronger than I.

Table Of Contents
  Common Errors in English Language 1
  22 Important Letter Writing Tips 2
  What are the parts of speech 3
  Other words for group transition words or Phrases 4
 How to have fierce conversations and mormon discussions 5
 About Greetings 6
 General Don't 7
 Good Table Manners - Don't About Meals 8
 Exam Passing and Tips for Interviews 9
 How to Study Effectively 10
 How to speak good English 11
 The Best Time To Study 12
 Why Some Peopl Fail An Exam 13
 How To Write Composition 14
 Scouting and Guiding for Boys and Girls 15
 What is letter writing? 16
 Ho to write important Letters 17
 How to write Applications 18
 How to write Agreements 19
 Examples on friendly letter writing 20
 The notice letters 21
 Examples on how to write Agreements 22
 About business letters for Traders 23
 Example on how to write Applications 24
 How to write Love Letters 25
 Salutations and Conclusions in letter writing 26

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However, others, such as "rubber" are pronounced in a variety of forms, such as "roba", "ruba" etc. depending on sociolinguistic considerations.

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