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A’ is used when referring to something for the first time. ‘The’ is used when referring to something specific. Do not use these articles when speaking about things in general such as means, transport or places. Who and that ‘Who’ is used for a person, while ‘that’ is used for an object. This is a common mistake. ‘Who’ describes a living being. For example: ‘The boy who yelled wolf’ and ‘The cycle that rolled off the hill’ “Do It Right Now”: Steps to Start Improving instantly Step 1: Go on the Internet and look common mistakes made while learning English for your native language Step 2: Keep a pen and paper besides you Step 3: Write down all the mistakes you have been making Step 4: Understand the correct way to use the words or phrases Step 5: Make your own sentences using these words and phrase Chapter 10: SECRET BONUS - 50 Most Commonly Used English Words Here are 50 of the most common used words of English language.

Something that causes enjoyment and pleasure is ‘fun’, on the other hand, a person or incident that can make you laugh is ‘funny’. Singular and plural This is another common mistake for people learning English. Sometimes, new learners do not place the ‘s’ at the end of a word to make a plural. Problems arise when a word is considered uncountable, or a name that already ends with an ‘s’. For example, if a person's last name is Smiths, you would not say ‘There are a lot of Smithses in our building’, you would say ‘There are a lot of Smiths’ in our building’.

Chances are you will make a fool of yourself. Keep it simple! Now, there are a few words in this eBook that you might not have understood completely. I trust that you have a notebook at the ready. Add these words to your notebook and learn their meanings and use them in sentences. I hope this eBook help in one way or the other. I wish you all the very best in your endeavors. Hopefully, if you stick to your goals, you will be speaking English like any other English speaker in about three months.

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